Indirect questions Can you tell me who your best friend is? After we had left the office, it started to rain. I'll be going, I won't be going, Will you be going? I would have taken my umbrella if it had rained. A marked test on gerunds vs infinitives. I gave a present to my dad. I have to get up. Mixed tenses exercises with answers She works in the garden on Saturdays. She seems to be crying.
Mixed tenses - test 1: Mixed tenses - test 2: Mixed tenses - test 3: Tenses in time clauses and conditional sentences - test 4: Tenses in the reported speech and passive voice - test 5: Other forms - test 6: See more pdf exercises which compare English tenses below. Present perfect I've been, Have you seen? Relative clauses The man who met us. The new shop opens on Monday. Going to vs Present tenses Intentions + opinions: I'm going to buy, He's going to crash. Compare: I drove, he was driving. My car, which is over there.
I'm watching, He isn't writing, Are you reading? Future perfect I will have landed, Will you have sent? I would take my umbrella if it rained. They are suitable for beginners, elementary, pre-intermediate, intermediate and advanced students of English as a foreign language. Compare: I'll work, I'll be working. Our English grammar app Download our free demo app on the App Store. If clauses conditionals I always take my umbrella if it rains. Future simple + continuous I'll go, He won't go, Will they go? I will take my umbrella if it rains.
A marked printable test to download for free. He'll drive to Paris next summer. Compare: I'll have made, He'll have been making. Marked grammar tests with answers and recommended grammar lessons to improve your English. A marked test on mixed imperative forms. Compare: I had walked, I had been walking.
Gerund + infinitive He admitted cheating. I hope I'll see Joe soon. He demanded to talk to me. I'll have been sailing, Will he have been working? I would like to ski. All these materials are written for self-study learners who want to learn basic English grammar for free.
I've been living, It hasn't been working, Has he been playing? I was sleeping, you weren't doing, Was she dancing? Past perfect I had seen, It hadn't started, Had he done? You can also practise other grammatical structures in English grammar worksheets below. Passive voice Download free printable exercises with answer keys: It is finished. He made her do it. In a ten years' time astronauts will have reached Mars. Compare: I've gone, I've been going. When I met her, I had been in the hotel for a week.
Compare: I'll leave, I'm going to leave, I'm leaving tonight. The dinner is being made. I've just moved to Dover. Exercises with answers comparing passive forms of all tenses. All pdf exercises on this website. Compare: I work, I'm working, Does he speak? Timetables + arrangements: The bus departs at 10, I'm leaving tomorrow. Verb forms and sentence structures with examples.
He wore a cap in winter. I'd been staying, She hadn't been living, Had you been doing? Past simple + continuous The verb to be was, were, wasn't, weren't , I worked, he wrote, I didn't write, Did you go?. He pretended to have been studying. Compare different forms of conditional sentences. Printable grammar rules on passive, reported speech, conditionals, imperative, time clauses, relative clauses, gerunds and infinitives, indirect questions and verb objects. They will have sent it by Friday. Modal verbs Printable worksheets with answers to download for free: She can't speak English.
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