# Tense mixed review Worksheet-8

Tense mixed review Worksheet-8

Change the given tense and rewrite as directed:

1. Where are you going? (use past perfect tense)

A. Where were you going?

B. Where have you gone?

D. Where has you gone?

1. She is baking a cake. (use past continuous tense)

A. She is being baking a cake.

B. She had been baking a cake.

C. She has been baking a cake.

D. She was baking a cake.

1. Sunita is waiting at the bus stop. (use present perfect continuous tense)

A. Sunita is been waiting at the bus stop.

B. Sunita has been waiting at the bus stop.

C. Sunita having been waiting at the bus stop.

D. Sunita have been waiting at the bus stop.

1. It has been raining for a long time. (use simple past tense)

A. It was raining for a long time.

B. It is raining for a long time.

C. It rained for a long time.

D. It had been raining for a long time.

1. Sunita will switch on the lights when she enters the room. (use simple past tense of ‘switch.’ Make other necessary changes also.)

A. Sunita has switched on the light when she entered the room.

B. Sunita switched on the light when she had entered the room.

C. Sunita was switching on the light when she was entering the room.

D. Sunita had switched on the light when she entered the room.

1. Manish will come tomorrow. (change to present continuous tense)

A. Manish is coming today.

B. Manish will be coming today.

C. Manish comes tomorrow.

D. Manish is comes today.

1. The frog jumped into the pond. (use simple present tense)

A. The frog is jumping into the pond.

B. The frog has jumped into the pond.

C. The frog jumps into the pond.

D. The frog is jump into the pond.

1. The peon is ringing the bell. (use present perfect tense)

A. The peon has rang the bell.

B. The peon has rung the bell.

C. The peon has ringed the bell.

D. The peon having rung the bell.

1. The leaves are turning yellow. (use present perfect tense)

A. The leaves were turning yellow.

B. The leaves have turned yellow.

C. The leaves have been turning yellow.

D. The leaves had been turning yellow.

1. We are going to the zoo tomorrow. (use simple past tense)

A. We went to the zoo tomorrow.

B. We have gone to the zoo yesterday.

C. We were going to the zoo tomorrow.

D. We went to the zoo yesterday.

1. C

Explanation: ‘Had gone’ is the past perfect tense of ‘go.’

1. D

Explanation: ‘Was baking’ is the past continuous tense of ‘bake.’

1. B

Explanation: ‘Has been waiting’ is the present perfect continuous tense of ‘wait.’

1. C

Explanation: ‘Rained’ is the simple past tense of ‘Rain.’

1. B

Explanation: ‘Switched’ is the simple past tense of ‘switch.’ When this is changed, the other verb ‘enter’ will also change into past perfect tense.

1. A

Explanation: ‘Is coming’ is the present continuous tense of ‘come.’

1. C

Explanation: ‘Jumps’ is the simple present tense (3rd person singular) of ‘jump.’

1. B

Explanation: ‘Has rung’ is the present perfect tense of ‘ring.’

1. B

Explanation: ‘Have turned’ is the present perfect tense of ‘turn.’

1. D

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