Past Tenses-Mixed Review Worksheet-4

Past Tenses-Mixed Review Worksheet-4

 

Fill in the blank with the correct past tense form of the given verb:

  1. Priya _____ (drink) three cups of tea today morning.

A. Drunk                                         B. Was drinking

C. Has drank                                 D. Drank

 

  1. India ____ (win) the match yesterday.

A. Wined            B. Won               C. One                D. Wone

 

  1. I _____ (cut) my finger last night.

A. Cutted                                        B. Cutting

C. Was cutting                              D. Cut

 

  1. We ____ (organise) everything before the chief guest arrived.

A. Organised                                 B. Was organised

C. Had organized                         D. Were organizing

 

  1. The train ____ (leave) before we reached the station.

A. Was leaving                              B. Had left

C. Was left                                     D. Had leaved

 

  1. The guests _____ (clap) even after the show was over.

A. Was clapping                           B. Were clapping

C. Clapped                                     D. Had clapped

 

  1. Hitesh _____ (draw) a beautiful picture for the competition.

A. Draws            B. Drew              C. Drawn           D. Drawing

 

  1. I _____ (like) the film, didn’t you?

A. Liking            B. Was liking    C. Liked             D. Had liked

 

  1. The boys _____ (take) the wounded dog to the vet.

A. Takes             B. Taked            C. Took               D. Taking

 

  1. He _____ (blow) out all the candles very quickly.

A. Blowed          B. Blew               C. Blue               D. Blowing

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Drink’ is an irregular verb and hence its form changes in the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Win’ is an irregular verb and hence its form changes in the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Cut’ is an irregular verb and hence does not change its form in the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Organise’ is a regular verb and hence ‘ed’ is added to form the past tense. Here the past perfect tense is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Leave’ is an irregular verb and hence its form changes in the past tense. Here the past perfect tense is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Clap’ is a regular verb where ‘p’ is doubled and then ‘ed’ is added to form the past tense. Here the past continuous tense is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Draw’ is an irregular verb and hence its form changes in the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Like’ is a regular verb ending in ‘e’; hence only ‘d’ is added to form the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Take’ is an irregular verb and hence its form changes in the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Blow’ is an irregular verb and hence its form changes in the past tense. Here the simple past tense is correct.