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verb tenses downloadable worksheets:
MULTIPLE CHOICE - FOUR TENSES 1
AN EASY WORKSHEET WHERE STUDENTS HAVE TO CIRCLE THE CORRECT ANSWER / THE FOLLOWING TENSES ARE PRACTISED: PRESENT SIMPLE - PRESENT CONTINUOUS - PAST SIMPLE - PRESENT PERFECT
Level: elementary
Age: 10-14
Downloads: 3235

 
ALL ENGLISH TENSES (ACTIVE VOICE) - COMPLETE GRAMMAR-GUIDE IN A CHART FORMAT WITH FORM, USE, EXAMPLES AND TIME PHRASES (4 pages) FOR ALL LEVELS
There are a lot of different tense tables and this is one more variant which can be very handy for both teachers and students. 4 pages. Each page - definite group of tenses: 1-indefinite tenses, 2-continuous tenses, 3- perfect tenses and 4- perfect continuous tenses. Includes form, use and examples. I have spent much time preparing it so I hope it ...
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 3083

 
THE PAST PERFECT TENSE
Form and use of the Past Perfect tense with an exercise in which students have to complete the sentences with one of the verbs in the list in the past perfect. Again the pictures will help them choose the right verb. I hope you like it and find it useful. HAVE A NICE WEEKEND!
Level: elementary
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 2575

 
TEST YOUR GRAMMAR. ALL THE PAST, PRESENT AND FUTURE TENSES.
20 situations with the gaps to be filled with the correct tense form of the verbs in orded to test your students´ knowledge of the rules and verb tenses in general. Hope you´ll find that useful. Life_line.
Level: intermediate
Age: 14-17
Downloads: 2113

 
A SCARY NIGHT - MIXED TENSES
Students complete the story using the verbs in brackets in a suitable tense. Then they correct the mistakes in some sentences. B&W version included on the second page and the key to the exercises is on the third page. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a wonderful week!
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 1792

 
Tenses Board Game
Your students will practise tenses while playing! You will need a die and tokens.They have to form correct sentences using the words given and taking into account the time expresion. I let my students move on only if they form the sentence correctly, but you may adjust the rules as you wish. This game is made on WORD, so you can make changes accor...
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1763

 
Simple Present or Present Continuous
It is a good revision ws and also it is good for Ss to differenciate the 2 tenses.Explanation part is also available reminding time expressions.Have a nice Monday:)))
Level: intermediate
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 1676

 
FOUR TENSES REVIEW -PRESENT SIMPLE- PRESENT CONTINUOUS-PAST SIMPLE AND PAST CONTINUOUS (B&W VERSION+ KEY INCLUDED)
After a brief explanation on the use of these four tenses, students complete the sentences with the verbs in brackets in the right form. I hope you like it and find it useful. Have a wonderful Sunday. Hugs!
Level: elementary
Age: 12-14
Downloads: 1640

 
 

Technicum Si-Tarek of Relizane

Second Year Pupils - Scientific Streams

Reference sheet – 06

Unit V: Tales or News

A.   Put the verbs in brackets into the Simple Past or Past Continuous.

1.    They (buy)  ice-creams while they (wait)  to play.

2.    They (play)  when it (start)  to rain.

3.    They (stop)  when the rain (start) .

4.    When the rain (stop)  they (go on)  with their game.

 
B. Join the sentences using “before” or “after” according to the meaning given in brackets ( ).

5.  They got married  they found a flat. (=They got married though they didn’t have a flat)

6.  They got married  they found a flat. (=They got married in their own flat)

7.  They put out the fire  the fire brigade arrived. (=The fire brigade was on time to put out the fire)

8.  They put out the fire the fire brigade arrived. (=The fire brigade was late)

9.  The car was repaired  he sold it. (=He sold it damaged)

10.    The car was repaired  he sold it. (=The car was working well when he sold it)

 

C.   Rewrite the sentences using past simple and past perfect simple. Use the words in brackets.

11.    The woman slept. Then, her husband came home. (already / when)

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12.    She put on her make-up. Then, she went to work. (after)

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13.    He noticed the smoke in the house. Then, he called the fire brigade. (before)

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14.    I finished setting the table. Then, the guests knocked the door. (just / when)

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D.   Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense.(Past simple, continuous or perfect)

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It was Friday again, the day for famous parties at Wellington High School. Students (dance) in the garden and everyone (enjoy) the pleasure of being away from boring lessons.

When Sarah (come) to the party, the music (already / start). Tim suddenly (notice) Sarah and (feel) shocked. He had (look for) her for 2 years. They (meet) each other at a holiday camp in 1999, but mysteriously Sarah (disappear) after a while. He (think) about her since then.

 At the party, Sarah (talking) to one of her friends while most of the students (drink) as much as they could. Tim (decide) to talk to her and (wait) for her friend to leave. When he (go) next to her, she (search for) something in her bag, so she (not see) him. As soon as he (touch) her on the shoulder, she (raise) her head and couldn’t believe her eyes. She (never / forget) him.

At the end of the party, no one (be) happier than Sarah and Tim as they (find) each other after 2 years.

 

 

       

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