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Exercises complete sentences with the correct verb | Learn English verbs
Ergänzen Sie die Sätze mit dem passenden Verben | Lernen Sie Englisch Verbens
Exercices phrases complètes avec le verbe corriger | Apprendre l'anglais verbes
Ejercicios de completar oraciones con el verbo correcto | Apprendre l'espagnol verbes
Exercícios de completar frases com o verbo correto | Aprenda Inglês verbos
Упражнения полные предложения с правильным глаголом | Изучение английского глагола

Other verbs, adverbs, the article, the noun, the adjective,
the adverbs, the numeral, the pronoun, the preposition, the phrasal verbs

THE INDICATIVE
1. The simple present tense.

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You

speak

do not s peak

do I/ you speak?

do I/ you not speak?

He/She/It

speaks

does not speak

does He/ she/ It speak?

does He/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

speak

do not speak

do We/ You/ They speak?

do we/ you/ they not speak?

Übungen
I. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:
1. They ....... (live) in our town.
2. We ........ (go) to church every week.
3. He ....... (shave) every day.
4. He ....... (like) Maths but he ....... (not like) German.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. interrogative b. negative:
1. We live in a big house.
2. Tom jumps high.
3. You dig vegetables in the garden.
4. It rain in the city.

THE PRESENT CONTINUES TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I

am speaking

am not speaking

am I speaking?

am I not speaking?

You

are speaking

are not speaking

are you speaking

are you not speaking?

He/She/It

is speaking

is not speaking

is he/ she/ it speaking?

is he/ she/ it not speaking?

We
You
They

are speaking

are not speaking

are we/ you/ they speaking?

are we/ you/ they not speaking?

Übungen
I. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:
. They ....... (live) in our town.
2. We ........ (go) to church every week.
3. He ....... (shave) every day.
4. Tom ....... (write) a letter to his brother.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. affirmative b. interrogative c. negative:
1. We live in a big house.
2. Tom jumps high.
3. You dig vegetables in the garden.
4. It rain in the city.

THE PRESENT PERFECT TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You

have spoken

have not spoken

have I/ you spoken?

have I/ you not spoken?

He/She/It

has spoken

has not spoken

has he/ she/ it spoken?

has he/ she/ it not spoken?

We
You
They

have spoken

have not spoken

have we/ you/ they spoken?

have we/ you/ they not spoken?

Übungen
I. Turn the following sentences into the present perfect simple:
1. They ....... (live) in our town.
2. We ........ (go) to church every week.
3. He ....... (shave) every day.
4. Tom ....... (write) a letter to his brother.
5. I ........ (eat) some apples.
6. You ........ (find) many mistakes.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. affirmative b. interrogative c. negative:
1. We live in a big house.
2. Tom jumps high.
3. You dig vegetables in the garden.
4. It rain in the city.
5. I come in time.
6. You tell me a secret.

THE PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You

have been speaking

have been not speaking

have been I/you speaking?

have been I not speaking?

He/She/It

has been speaking

has been not speaking

has been he/ she/ it speaking?

has been he/ she/ it not speaking?

We
You
They

have been speaking

have been not speaking

have been we/ you/ they speakings?

have been we/ you/ they not speaking?

I. Put the verb in brakets in the present perfect continues a. affirmative b. interrogative c. negative:
1. Edgar (to live) here since 1990.
2. The dog (to lie) under the table for two hours.
3. You (to watch) TV since you came.
4. We (to talk) about her speech for an hour.
5. The boys (to study) Mats for five hours.
6. I (to phone) the doctor for the last twenty minutes.s
7. Mother (to water) the flowers for half an hour.

II.

THE SIMPLE PAST TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
You
He/She/It

s poke

did not speak

did I/ you/ he/ she/ it speak?

did I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

spoke

did not spoke

did we/ you/ they speak?

did we/ you/ they not speak?

Übungen
I. Change the following senteces into the Simple Past:
1. I feel sad.
2. I understand what you say.
3. The plane leaves at eleven.
4. Tom drives better than I do.
5. I trow the garbage.
6. Do you take the books?
7. I wake up a seven a clock.

THE PAST CONTINUOS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

was speaking

was not speaking

was I/ he/ she/ it speaking?

did I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

were speaking

were not speaking

were we/ you/ they speaking?

were we/ you/ they not speaking?

Übungen
I. Turn the following sentences into the Past Tense Continuos:
1. I am reading a book now.
2. Mother is washing now.
3. We are making a snowman.

II. Turn the following sentences into the a. interrogative b. negative:
1. Mary was singing.
2. The man was reading.
3. She was shopping then.

THE PAST PERFECT SIMPLE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

had spoken

had not spoken

had I/ he/ she/ it spoken?

had I/ you/ he/ she/ it not spoken?

We
You
They

had spoken

had not spoken

had we/ you/ they spoken?

had we/ you/ they not spoken?

Übungen
I. Turn the following sentences into the Past Perfect Simple:
1. You forget your glases.
2. I see the thief.
3. Ann closes the window.
4. You help the old man.

II. Work on the model:
1. I had lost my camera (watch).I hadn’t lost my watch.
2. I had seen the accident (the flood).

THE PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

had been speaking

had been not speaking

had been I/ he/ she/ it speakings?

had been I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speaking?

We
You
They

had been speaking

had been not speaking

had been we/ you/ they speaking?

had been we/ you/ they not speaking?

Übungen
I. Turn the following sentences into the Past Perfect Continuous:
1. The plane is flying in the sky.
2. We are telling stories.
3. I’m swepping the floor.
4. You are coming down again.
5. The rabbit is running from the dog for hours.

II. Fill in the blanks with the correct form of the verb:
1. The children were still swimming a three o’clock yestarday. They ....... all day.
2. The wind was blowing in the morning. It ........ all night.
3. I was very tired. I ......... all day long.
4. Mike was studying for his exams in July. He ........... all year as a matter of fact.
5. Grandmother was ironing our clothes yestarday afternoon. She ......... all day.
6. The Students were reading for exam yestarday afternoon. They ......... all day.

III. Use the verb in brackets in Past Perfect Continuous:
1. Your friend (to wait) for two hours when you come home.
2. When the summer holiday began it (to rain) for a week.
3. She looked as if she (to work) for ten hours.
4. I wondered what he (to do) all the time.
5. The dogs was all wet. He ......... (run) for miles.

THE SIMPLE FUTURE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will speak

shall/ will not speak

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it speak?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not speak?

We
You
They

shall / will speak

shall/ will not speak

shall/ will we/ you/ they speak?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not speak?

Übungen
I. Fill in the blanks with shall/ will:
1. He ........... play tennis tomorrow.
2. We ............ talk to them on monday.
3. Were ........ go on saturday night.
4. Marry .......... go to the market tomorrow.
5. Those girls ......... gossip tomorrow morning.
6. She .......... study Maths next month.

II. Turn the sentences above into the a. interrogative b. negative.

III. Replace the Simple Future by the going to construction:
1. I’ll speak English. I’m going to speak English.
2. We leave this afternoon ......... .
3. The plane will fly tomorrow.
4. I will sweep the floor.
5. We will travel to Paris.

THE FUTURE CONTINUOUS

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will be speaking

shall/ will not be speaking

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it be speaking?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not be speaking?

We
You
They

shall / will be speaking

shall/ will not be speaking

shall/ will we/ you/ they speak?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not be speaking?

Übungen
I. Use the verbs in brackets in the Future Continuous:
1. This time next month we (to travel) to Berlin.
2. When we go to the Zoo, they (to feed) the animals.
3. This time tomorrow I (to watch) TV.
4. At seven o’clock they (to listen) to music.
5. If you come before seven, we (to work) in the garden.
6. Don’t call him up now. He (to take) his afternoon nep.

THE FUTURE PERFECT SIMPLE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will have spoken

shall/ will not have spoken

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it have spoken?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not have spoken?

We
You
They

shall / will have spoken

shall/ will not have spoken

shall/ will we/ you/ they have spoken?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not have spoken?

Übungen
I. Use the verb in brackets in the Future Perfect Simple:
1. By the end of November the flowers (to die).
2. When you arrive there, she (to leave).
3. The cook (to prepare) the dinner before the guest arrive.
4. When you (to get) to the office, the post will have already arrived.
5. By the time the election, the candidates (to spend) a lot of money.
6. By the time the election, the candidates (to talk) on television.
7. By the year 2100, men (to travel) to other planets.
8. By the year 2050, we (to use) all the oil.

THE FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

shall/ will have been speaking

shall/ will not have been speaking

shall/ will I/ he/ she/ it have been speaking?

shall/ will I/ you/ he/ she/ it not have been speaking?

We
You
They

shall / will have been speaking

shall/ will not have been speaking

shall/ will we/ you/ they have been speaking?

shall/ will we/ you/ they not have been speaking?

Übungen
I. Use the verbs in brackets in the Future Perfect Continuous:
1. By next year we (to live) here for six years.
2. They (to correspond) for exactly ten years by December 24th
3. At four o’clock my sister (to sleep) for six hours.
4. You (to study) German for six years when you graduate from this school.
5. How long (to work) in this office when you retire?
6. We (to listen) to music for two hours when mother opens the door.

THE FUTURE IN THE PAST SIMPLE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

should/ would speak

should/ would not speak

should/ would I/ he/ she/ it speak?

should/ would I/ you/ he/ she/ it speak?

We
You
They

should/ would speak

should/ would not speak

should/ would we/ you/ they speak?

should/ would we/ you/ they not speak?

Exercises
I. Use the verbs in the brackets in the Future in the Past Simple:
1. The student promised he (to come) to school on time.
2. I don’t know that you (to leave) as soon.
3. We assured them that we (to help) Jonhnson’s.
4. The doctor said he (to visit) them soon.
5. I (to take) that job if they offered to me.
6. He (to light) his pipe and smile at us.
7. Meanwhile Marry (to bring) us some ginger bread and butter.

THE FUTURE IN THE PAST CONTINUOUS TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE

NEGATIVE

INTERROGATIVE

NEGATIVE
INTERROGATIVE

I
He/She/It

should/ would be speaking

should/ would not be speaking

should/ would I/ he/ she/ it be speaking?

should/ would I/ you/ he/ she/ it be speaking?

We
You
They

should/ would be speaking

should/ would not be speaking

should/ would we/ you/ they be speaking?

should/ would we/ you/ they not be speaking?

Übungen
I. Use the verbs in the brackets in the Future in the Past Continuous:
1. Jane remined us that at time she (to fly) to Berlin.
2. I was sure that my brother (to sleep) at that time.
3. She didn’t believe that they (to learn) the lesson then.
4 . We understood that he (to play) the piano at six o’clock.
5. If we won that price we (to leave) in Bahamas very soon.
6. He hoped the baby (to sleep) when he returned.

Exercises complete sentences with the correct verb | Learn English verbs
Ergänzen Sie die Sätze mit dem passenden Verben | Lernen Sie Englisch Verbens
Exercices phrases complètes avec le verbe corriger | Apprendre l'anglais verbes
Ejercicios de completar oraciones con el verbo correcto | Apprendre l'espagnol verbes
Exercícios de completar frases com o verbo correto | Aprenda Inglês verbos
Упражнения полные предложения с правильным глаголом | Изучение английского глагола

Other verbs, adverbs, the article, the noun, the adjective,
the adverbs, the numeral, the pronoun, the preposition, the phrasal verbs

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