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TENSES and VERBS EXERCISES

(with answers)

by Bob Wilson autoenglish.org

GRAMMAR

Index
Adjectives/adverbs
Basic
General
Irregular verbs
Modal verbs
Prepositions
Pronunciation
Questions
Tests
Tricky words
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CONDITIONALS
Zero Conditional  
First Conditional
Second Conditional
Third Conditional
Mixed Conditionals  
I wish and If only  
FUTURE
Future Continuous
Future Perfect
Going to
Going to or Will  
Present Simple and Present Continous with future meaning
Present Continous  and Be Going To
GERUNDS and INFINITIVES
Gerund or Infinitive after the Verb Part One free class game available
Gerund or Infinitive after the Verb Part Two
Meaning Change with Remember and Try
Typical Mistakes
Verb Preposition Gerund
INFINITIVE OF PURPOSE
Infinitive of purpose: for, to and so that  
PASSIVE
Have something done    
Key word transformations
The Passive Voice  
Passive Questions    
PAST
Common Regular Verbs
Past Continuous
Past Perfect or Past Simple
Past Perfect Continuous  
Past Simple
Past Simple Regular Verbs
Past Simple Negative  
Past Simple Negative Regular Verbs Only  
Past Simple Questions  
Pronunciation of Regular Verbs (-ed ending)
PRESENT
Present Continuous  
Present Simple To Be
Present Simple
Present Simpe The Third Person Singular S  
Present Simple Questions  
Present Simple or Continuous BASIC  
Present Simple or Continuous with Stative Verbs  
PRESENT PERFECT
Present Perfect or Past Simple
Present Perfect Continuous  
Present Perfect: already, just, still and yet  
Present Perfect with For and Since
Present Perfect: ever and never
Present Perfect: been or gone
OTHER STUFF
FCE auxiliary & modal verb gap fill
Subjunctive
Tenses - mixed tenses multi-choice test  
Tense Usage
There was/were and Was/were