Verb Tense Exercise 20
Will / Be Going To
Using the words in parentheses, complete the text below with the appropriate tenses, then click the "Check" button to check your answers. Top of Form
1. Michael: Do you think the Republicans or the Democrats (win) the next election? Jane: I think the Republicans (win) the next election.
John: No way! The Democrats (win) .
2. Susan: We (go) camping this weekend. Would you like to come along? Sam: That sounds great, but I don't have a sleeping bag.
Susan: No problem. I (lend) you one. My family has tons of camping gear.
3. Barbara: I (buy) a new car this weekend, but I'm a little worried because I don't really know much about cars. I'm afraid the salesman (try) to take advantage of me when he sees how little I know. Dave: I used to work for a mechanic in high school and I know a lot about cars. I (go) with you to make sure you are not cheated.
4. Gina: Fred and I (visit) Santa Fe next summer. Have you ever been there? Margaret: My family lives in Santa Fe! I (give) you my parents' phone number. When you get to Santa Fe, just call them and they (give) you a little tour of the town. They can show you some of the sights that most tourists never see.
5. Pam: Can you see my future in the crystal ball? What (happen) next year? Fortune Teller: You (meet) a man from the East Coast, perhaps New York or maybe Boston. You (marry) that mystery man. Pam: Forget the man! I want to know if I (get) a new job.
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Verb Tense Exercise 2
Simple Present / Present Continuous
Today (be) the second day of my trek around Mount Annapurna. I am exhausted and my legs (shake) ; I just hope I am able to complete the trek. My feet (kill, really) me and my toes (bleed) , but I (want, still) to continue.
Nepal is a fascinating country, but I have a great deal to learn. Everything (be) so different, and I (try) to adapt to the new way of life here. I (learn) a little bit of the language to make communication easier; unfortunately, I (learn, not) foreign languages quickly. Although I (understand, not) much yet, I believe that I (improve, gradually) .
I (travel, currently) with Liam, a student from Leeds University in England. He (be) a nice guy, but impatient. He (walk, always) ahead of me and (complain) that I am too slow. I (do) my best to keep up with him, but he is younger and stronger than I am. Maybe, I am just feeling sorry for myself because I am getting old.
Right now, Liam (sit) with the owner of the inn. They (discuss) the differences between life in England and life in Nepal. I (know, not) the real name of the owner, but everybody (call, just) him Tam. Tam (speak) English very well and he (try) to teach Liam some words in Nepali. Every time Tam (say) a new word, Liam (try) to repeat it. Unfortunately, Liam (seem, also) to have difficulty learning foreign languages. I just hope we don't get lost and have to ask for directions. Verb Tense Exercise 3
Simple Past / Past Continuous
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1. A: What (you, do) when the accident occurred?
B: I (try) to change a light bulb that had burnt out.
2. After I (find) the wallet full of money, I (go, immediately) to the police and (turn) it in.
3. The doctor (say) that Tom (be) too sick to go to work and that he (need) to stay at home for a couple of days.
4. Sebastian (arrive) at Susan's house a little before 9:00 PM, but she (be, not) there. She (study, at the library) for her final examination in French.
5. Sandy is in the living room watching television. At this time yesterday, she (watch, also) television. That's all she ever does!
6. A: I (call) you last night after dinner, but you (be, not) there. Where were you? B: I (work) out at the fitness center.
7. When I (walk) into the busy office, the secretary (talk) on the phone with a customer, several clerks (work, busily) at their desks, and two managers (discuss, quietly) methods to improve customer service.
8. I (watch) a...
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