Verbs Worksheet-2

Verbs Worksheet-2

 

  1. _____ verbs join the subject and the predicate.

A. Action            B. Linking          C. Helping         D. none of these

 

  1. Find the helping verb in the following sentence.

Polly should win the contest.

A. Polly               B. should           C. win                 D. contest

 

  1. Which option shows the base form of "frozen"?

A. freeze             B. froze               C. freezed          D. frost

 

  1. Which sentence is an example of present perfect progressive form of verb?

A. She has watched TV for two hours.

B. She watches TV for two hours.

C. She will watch TV for two hours.

D. She has been watching TV for two hours.

 

  1. Which sentence is an example of past perfect form of verb?

A. The teacher had left by the time we got there.

B. The teacher was leaving.

C. The teacher has left by the time we got there.

D. none of these

 

  1. Which sentence is an example of future perfect progressive form of verb?

A. By 2009, I will have been living in INDIA for 15 years.

B. By 2009, I will have lived in INDIA for 15 years.

C. I had lived in INDIA for 15 years.

D. I have been living in INDIA for about 15 years.

 

  1. Which sentence is an example of present perfect form of verb?

A. Dr. Kabra will be moving to France.

B. Ankita has visited Taj Mahal twice.

C. She called me twice yesterday.

D. She runs very fast.

 

  1. Identify the linking verb in the following sentence:

The mystery remained unsolved till today.

A. mystery         B. unsolved       C. remained      D. today

 

  1. Fill in the blank with the CORRECT verb tense.

What time will you _____ tonight?

A. leave              B. left                  C. is leaving       D. leaves

 

  1. Identify the action verb(s) in the following sentence.

Mrs. Bhatt cleaned the mess after the party and her students helped her too.

A. teacher, party                          B. students, teacher

C. cleaned, party                          D. cleaned, helped

 

Answer Key:

(1)-B; (2)-B; (3)-A; (4)-D; (5)-A; (6)-A; (7)-B; (8)-C; (9)-A; (10)-D