Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple present or present progressive)
- Look! Sara (go) is going to the movies.
- On her right hand, Sara (carry) is carrying her handbag.
- The handbag (be) is very beautiful.
- Sara usually (put) puts on black shoes but now she (wear) is wearing white trainers.
- And look, she (take) is taking an umbrella because it (rain) is raining
Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or past perfect)
- When he (wake up) woke up , his mother (already /prepare) had already prepared breakfast
- We (go) went to London because our friends (invite) had invited us
- He (hear) heard the news, (go) went to the telephone and (call) called a friend.
- When she (start) started learning English she (already /learn) had already learned French.
- Jane (already / type) had already typed three pages when her computer (crash) crashed .
- By the time the doctor (arrive) arrived at the house the patient ( die) had died .
- Before that day we (never / think) had never thought of traveling to Japan.
- I (know) had known him a long time before I (meet) met his family.
- They (not / know) did not know where to meet because nobody (tell) had told them.
- It (be) had been / ‘d been cloudy for days before it (begin) began to rain.
Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple past or present perfect).
- I (just / finish) have just finished my homework.
- Mary (already / write) has already written five letters.
- Tom (move) moved to his home town in 1994.
- My friend (be) was in Canada two years ago.
- I (not / be) have not been to Canada so far.
- But I (already / travel) have already traveled to London a couple of times.
- Last week, Mary and Paul (go) went to the cinema.
- I can’t take any pictures because I (not /buy) have not bought a new film yet.
- (they / spend) Did they spend their holidays in Paris last summer?
- (you / ever / see ) Have you ever seen a whale?
Put the verbs into the correct tense (Simple Past or Past Progressive).
- The receptionist (welcome) welcomed the guests and (ask) asked them to fill in the form
- The car (break) broke down and we (have) had to walk home.
- The boys (swim) were swimming while the girls (sunbath) were sunbathing .
- My father (come) came in, (look) looked and (tell) told me to tidy up my room.
- While one group (prepare) was preparing dinner the others (collect) were collecting wood for the campfire.
- While the parents (have) were having breakfast the children (run) were running about.
- Martha (turn) turned off the light and (go) went to bed.
Put the verbs into the correct tense (simple future or future perfect)
- Tomorrow I think I (start) will start my new project.
- I (finish) will have finished it by the end of this month.
- The teacher (probably/assign) will probably assign a test to his students next Monday.
- He (correct) will have corrected it by the end of next week.
- My friend (certainly/get) will certainly get a good mark.
- By 9 o’clock, we (finish) will have finished our homework.
- They (leave) will have left the classroom by the end of the hour.
- I think I (start) will start my trip tomorrow