Tense mixed review Worksheet-35

Tense mixed review Worksheet-35

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. Amitabh Bachchan had acted in many Hindi movies.

B. Amitabh Bachchan have acted in many Hindi movies.

C. Amitabh Bachchan acted in many Hindi movies.

D. Amitabh Bachchan has acted in many Hindi movies.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. The students had left before the teacher had arrived.

B. The students had left before the teacher was arrived.

C. The students had left before the teacher arrived.

D. The students had left before the teacher arrives

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. People are painting and redecorating their houses every Diwali.

B. People paint and redecorate their houses every Diwali.

C. People are painting and redecorate their houses every Diwali.

D. People are paint and redecorate their houses every Diwali.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. My parents has came to meet the Principal.

B. My parents have came to meet the Principal.

C. My parents have come to meet the Principal.

D. My parents are come to meet the Principal.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. The children have studied hard for their exams.

B. The children has studied hard for their exams.

C. The children are studied hard for their exams.

D. The children having studied hard for their exams.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. This film has been showed in two theatres for the past two months.

B. This film has been showing in two theatres for the past two months.

C. This film has being showing in two theatres for the past two months.

D. This film has shown in two theatres for the past two months.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. He was having two houses and a bungalow in this city.

B. He is having two houses and a bungalow in this city.

C. He has two houses and a bungalow in this city.

D. He have two houses and a bungalow in this city.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. I’ll call after an hour. I having my lunch right now.

B. I’ll call after an hour. I am having my lunch right now.

C. I’ll call after an hour. I is having my lunch right now.

D. I’ll call after an hour. I was having my lunch right now.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. Don’t call him now. He having breakfast.

B. Don’t call him now. He am having breakfast.

C. Don’t call him now. He is having breakfast.

D. Don’t call him now. He was having breakfast.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. At 8 p.m. yesterday all of us is having dinner.

B. At 8 p.m. yesterday all of us was having dinner.

C. At 8 p.m. yesterday all of us are having dinner.

D. At 8 p.m. yesterday all of us were having dinner.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. Sunita being not hungry. She has just eaten a heavy lunch.

B. Sunita were not hungry. She has just eaten a heavy lunch.

C. Sunita is not hungry. She has just eaten a heavy lunch.

D. Sunita was not hungry. She has just eaten a heavy lunch.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. Every mother loves her child.

B. Every mother was loving her child.

C. Every mother love her child.

D. Every mother is loving her child.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. We arranging all the furniture last night.

B. We has arranged all the furniture last night.

C. We arranged all the furniture last night.

D. We was arranging all the furniture last night.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. Sunil braked a plate every day last week.

B. Sunil broke a plate every day last week.

C. Sunil breaks a plate every day last week.

D. Sunil was breaking a plate every day last week.

 

  1. Choose the correct sentence:

A. Shield is walking very fast. She may get lost.

B. Shield is walk very fast. She may get lost.

C. Shield is walked very fast. She may get lost.

D. Shield was walking very fast. She may get lost.

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

Explanation: Non-specific time suggests present perfect tense.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Two past actions – hence simple past tense and past perfect tense is correct.

 

  1. B

Explanation: This is routine; hence simple present tense is correct.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Non-specific present time suggests the present perfect tense.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Non-specific time suggests the present perfect tense.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘For’ suggests duration; hence present perfect continuous tense is correct.

 

  1. C

Explanation: When showing possession, ‘to have’ is used only in the simple present tense or simple past tense. Here simple present tense is correct.

 

  1. B

Explanation: When meaning ‘to eat or to drink’, the verb ‘to have’ can be used in the present continuous tense. Due to sentence 1 present continuous tense is correct.

 

  1. C

Explanation: When meaning ‘to eat or to drink’, the verb ‘to have’ can be used in the present continuous tense. Due to sentence 1 present continuous tense is correct.

 

  1. D

Explanation: When meaning ‘to eat or to drink’, the verb ‘to have’ can be used in the present continuous tense. Due to ‘yesterday’ past continuous tense is correct.

 

  1. C

Explanation: Sentence 2 suggests the present tense; hence simple present tense is correct.

 

  1. A

Explanation: This is a fact; hence simple present tense is correct.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Last night’ suggests the past time; hence simple past tense is correct.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Last week’ suggests the past time; hence simple past tense is correct.

 

  1. A

Explanation: Sentence 2 suggests the present time; hence present continuous tense is correct.