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VERB PRACTICE

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The Past Perfect Tense: Use and Form + Practice: Past Simple or Past Perfect? - Inductive Approach
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 1737

 
Present Continuous - an Inductive approach: Use and Form + practice for Upper elementary and Lower Intermediate students.
Level: elementary
Age: 10-12
Downloads: 792

 
USING THE RIGHT MODAL VERB-EXTRA PRACTICE (KEY INCLUDED)
Level: intermediate
Age: 13-17
Downloads: 721

 
Verb Tenses - Basic Rules: Use and Form + Practice (2) - The Past Perfect Tense
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 643

 
"Do or Make" - Common Uses: Practice
Level: elementary
Age: 10-17
Downloads: 627

 
Verb Tenses - Basic Rules: Use and Form + Practice - The Present Perfect Tense
Level: intermediate
Age: 12-17
Downloads: 619

 

VERB PRACTICE

I twelve years old. I live in Argentina. My address  Rivadavia 493 and my phone number 9483-2844.I a student of English. We 28 in my class.We   from different countries. Most of my classmates from Chile.

CONDITIONALS

1. If you (not study), you (fail) the test.
2. We
(die) if we (not get) help soon!
3. If you
(look) in the fridge, you (find) some cold drinks.

PUT EACH VERB IN THE CORRECT TENSE

Have you ever wondered what exactly (1) you will be doing(you do) in ten years time? Well, according to computer expert Tom Vincent, computers   (soon be able) to make accurate predictions about the future. Professor Vincent, from Cambridge University,    (hold) a press conference next week to describe the computer which he calls “Computeerfuture”. “This computer can tell us what life     (be) like, based on data describing past events”, explains Professor Vincent. For example, Computerfuture can predict how many people    (live) in a particular area, or whether there   (be) a lot of rain during a particular period. Professor Vincent also believes that by the year 2050, computers     (replace) teachers, and  (also do) most of the jobs now being done by the police. “Computers are becoming more intelligent all the time”, says Professor Vincent. “Soon they      (directing) traffic and      (teach) our children. And telling us about the future.”