Tense mixed review Worksheet-12

Tense mixed review Worksheet-12

 

Change the given tense and rewrite as directed:

  1. We watched a nice movie last month. (use simple future tense)

A. We are watching a nice movie next month.

B. We will watch a nice movie last month.

C. We will have watched a nice movie next month.

D. We will watch a nice movie next month.

 

  1. Sunita was asking for help yesterday. (use present continuous tense)

A. Sunita is asking for help yesterday.

B. Sunita will be asking for help today.

C. Sunita is asking for help today.

D. Sunita has been asking for help yesterday.

 

  1. How much money do you have? (use the simple past tense)

A. How much money you had?

B. How much money did you have?

C. How much money was you having?

D. How much money were you having?

 

  1. All the children have gone home. (use the present perfect continuous tense)

A. All the children are going home.

B. All the children had been going home.

C. All the children have been going home.

D. All the children were going home.

 

  1. All the children have gone home. (use the simple past tense)

A. All the children were going home.

B. All the children are going home.

C. All the children have gone home.

D. All the children went home.

 

  1. The food is ready. (use simple past tense)

A. The food was being ready.

B. The food has been ready.

C. The food was ready.

D. The food is being ready.

 

  1. Your dress looks very nice. (use the simple past tense)

A. Your dress is looking very nice.

B. Your dress has been looking very nice.

C. Your dress looked very nice.

D. Your dress was looking very nice.

 

  1. Sheila has watered all the plants. (use present continuous tense)

A. Sheila will be watering all the plants.

B. Sheila is watering all the plants.

C. Sheila has been watering all the plants.

D. Sheila was watering all the plants.

 

  1. The food has been eaten by the boys. (use past continuous tense)

A. The food was eaten by the boys.

B. The food was being eaten by the boys.

C. The food is being eaten by the boys.

D. The food had been eaten by the boys.

 

  1. The car was speeding along the road. (use simple future tense)

A. The car speeds along the road.

B. The car will speed along the road.

C. The car has been speeding along the road.

D. Can the car speed along the road?

 

Answer Key:

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Will watch’ is the simple future tense of ‘watch.’

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Is asking’ is the present continuous tense of ‘ask.’

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Did’ shows the simple past tense of ‘do.’ So, ‘did have’ is the simple past tense of ‘do have’.

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Have been going’ is the present perfect continuous tense of ‘go.’

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Went’ is the simple past tense of ‘go.’

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Was’ is the simple past tense of ‘be.’

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Looked’ is the simple past tense of ‘look.’

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Is watering’ is the present continuous tense of ‘water.’

 

  1. B

Explanation: The sentence is in the passive voice. Hence ‘was being eaten’ is the past continuous tense of the given verb.

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Will speed’ is the simple future tense of ‘speed.’