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English exercises  > verb tenses

 


 
Slumdog Millionaire
Reading and comprehension activities based on the film Slumdog Millionaire and a text adapted from Wikipedia. Spelling, synonym and tense work including passives, state verbs and gerunds. Intermediate or upper-intermediate.

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:Laura44

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MAKE or DO?
An activity to learn the different expressions with MAKE or DO.

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:Nuria Ortiz

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Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous
An exercise on mixed present perfect and present perfect continuous tense.

Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Author:lokyuen

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Mixed tenses: a letter to a friend
This is my first attempt at an online exercise. Iīve made it for my pre-intermediate adult students, who need practice with tenses. Itīs a short letter to a friend and it covers present, past and future.

Level: intermediate
Age: 12-100
Author:Loredana Malchiodi

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Simple Past &The Past Continuous (Author-Bouabdellah)
Simple Past &The Past Continuous Put the verbs in the correct form.

Level: intermediate
Age: 14-100
Author:Bouabdellah

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MOCK FCE Exam
This material provides ss necessary training for their exam. The material includes (Tenses, prepositions, gerunds, degrees of comparison)

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:Jelena

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Present simple, present continuous, past simple and past continuous
A short multiple choice exercise about present simple, present continuous, past simple and past continuous. Hope you find it useful!

Level: elementary
Age: 9-100
Author:mvilaesc

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Lance Armstrong - Survivor (present perfect vs. past simple)
Also see the worksheet on the same theme: http://www.eslprintables.com/printable.asp?id=351034#thetop This exercise is about the inspiring life-story of Lance Armstrong, who survived testicular cancer to win 7 Tours de France. It will reinforce when to use the present perfect or the past simple, (i.e. events with current relevance vs. finished past events). The students will also get practice in reading for detail. Note: Some of the questions have options which are wrong only because they donīt fit the context, for example "he has won..." instead of "he won...", because he might win again in the future. These potentially tricky questions are a good opportunity to highlight this aspect of the present perfect.

Level: intermediate
Age: 9-100
Author:occurinī

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Mixed verb tenses
A revision of some verb tenses for intermediate level.

Level: intermediate
Age: 10-100
Author:liliana rota

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Past Simple/Present Simple/Present Continuous
Complete the gaps

Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Author:Sally R

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