Tense mixed review Worksheet-7

Tense mixed review Worksheet-7

 

Change the given tense and rewrite as directed:

  1. The boys are playing cricket on the ground. (use simple past tense)

A. The boys were playing cricket on the ground.

B. The boys played cricket on the ground.

C. The boys have played cricket on the ground.

D. The boys have been playing cricket on the ground.

 

  1. Sheila will be ten years old next year. (use simple present tense)

A. Sheila was ten years old last year.

B. Sheila are ten years old this year.

C. Sheila were ten years old that year.

D. Sheila is ten years old this year.

 

  1. The girls did their homework. (use present perfect tense)

A. The girls are doing their homework.

B. The girls were doing their homework.

C. The girls had done their homework.

D. The girls have done their homework.

 

  1. We were waiting for the bus. (use present continuous tense)

A. We had been waiting for the bus.

B. We have waited for the bus.

C. We are waiting for the bus.

D. We have been waiting for the bus.

 

  1. This child will not study hard, I know. (use the present perfect tense of ‘study’)

A. This child has not studied hard, I know.

B. This child is not studying hard, I know.

C. This child will have not studied hard, I know.

D. This child had not studied hard, I know.

 

  1. We have won the trophy. (use simple past tense)

A. We are winning the trophy.

B. We won the trophy.

C. We had won the trophy.

D. We were winning the trophy.

 

  1. My friend is writing a letter to her mother. (use simple past tense)

A. My friend was writing a letter to her mother.

B. My friend wrote a letter to her mother.

C. My friend has been writing a letter to her mother.

D. My friend had wrote a letter to her mother now.

 

  1. The students want to fly kites. (use simple past tense)

A. The students were wanting to fly kites.

B. The students wanted to flied kites.

C. The students want to flew kites.

D. The students wanted to fly kites.

 

  1. Sheila went to the fair yesterday. (use the future simple tense)

A. Sheila is going to the fair tomorrow.

B. Sheila has gone to the fair yesterday.

C. Sheila will go to the fair tomorrow.

D. Sheila will go to the fair yesterday.

 

  1. The dog barked loudly. (use present continuous tense)

A. The dog was barking loudly.

B. The dog has been barking loudly.

C. The dog will be barking loudly.

D. The dog is barking loudly.

 

Answer Key:

  1. B

Explanation: Simple past tense of ‘play’ is ‘played’.

 

  1. D

Explanation: The simple present tense of ‘be’ for third person singular is ‘is’.

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Have done’ is the present perfect tense of ‘do.’

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Are waiting’ is the present continuous tense of ‘wait.’

 

  1. A

Explanation: ‘Has studied’ is the present perfect tense of ‘study.’  

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Won’ is the simple past tense of ‘win.’

 

  1. B

Explanation: ‘Wrote’ is the simple past tense of ‘write.’

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Wanted’ is the simple past tense of ‘want.’

 

  1. C

Explanation: ‘Will go’ is the future simple tense of ‘go.’ ‘Yesterday’ changes to ‘tomorrow.’

 

  1. D

Explanation: ‘Is barking’ is the present continuous tense of ‘bark.’