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 Put the verb into proper tense. Type your answer into a box. Choose time adverb proper to the tense of the sentences as aslo pay special attention to the preposition of time.

 
  1. I usually  (do) the laundry on
  2. Yesterday I  (do) the laundry.
  3. I usually  (fold) the laundry in
  4.  I am folding the laundry.
  5. My mother usually  (iron) the laundry on
  6. Yesterday she  (iron) the laundry.
  7. He usually  (cut) the grass on
  8.  he is cutting the grass.
  9. I usually  (water) the grass at  
  10. Yesterday I  (water) the grass.

Put the verb into proper tense. Type your answer into a box. Choose time adverb proper to the tense of the sentences as aslo pay special attention to the preposition of time.

  1. He usually  (work) in the garden on
  2. Yesterday he  (work) in the garden.
  3. I usually  (take) out the trash at
  4. Now I  (take) out the trash.
  5. He usually  (rake) the leaves in  
  6. Yesterday he  (rake) the leaves.
  7. I usually  (do) the dishes on
  8. Now I  (do) the dishes.
  9. He usually  (sweep) the floor on
  10. Now he  (sweep) the floor.

Put the verb into proper tense. Type your answer into a box. Choose time adverb proper to the tense of the sentences as aslo pay special attention to the preposition of time.

  1. He usually  (vacuum) at  
  2. Yesterday he  (vacuum), too.
  3. I usually  (mop) the floor at
  4.  I mopped the  floor, too.
  5. He usually  (clean) up the closet at
  6. Yesterday he  (clean) up the closet.
  7. I usually  (dust) on
  8. Now I  (dust).
  9. He usually  (wash) the windows on
  10. Yesterday he  (wash) the window.
  11. I usually  (walk) the dog in
  12. Now I (walk) the dog.