10 grade. Unit 1. Present Tenses. Test.This activity tests your theoretical and practical knowledge of the Present Tenses of the English verb. You will have 10 minutes to answer the questions.
1. The auxiliary verb DO/DOES is used in the Present Simple Tense ...
the Aspect of the action, the Tense of the action, the action, permanent situation,
2. While Present, Past and Future are used to indicate the time of the action in the system of the English verb Tenses, Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect Continuous denote ...
changing and developing situations., annoying habits (when exaggerating the action with negative effect)., actions which started at a moment in the past and continuing up to the present moment, to talk about how often things happen.,
3. You # very naughty at the moment!
in affirmative sentenses., in negative and affirmative sentences., in negative and interrogative sentenses as well as in affirmative sentenses with the purpose of emphasis. , to show the third person singular.,
4. Phrases %22It%27s the first/second/third etc time...%22 are always followed by ...
The Present Simple Tense, The Present Perfect Tense, The Present Perfect Continuous Tense, The Present Continuous,
5. Daddy # for his glasses. Have you seen them anywhere around?
is an example of US English., is an example of UK English., ,
6. It%27s 11 p.m. and Nick still # (to come) home. Where can he be now?
is the form of the Present Perfect Tense, is the form of the Present Perfect Continuous Tense, is the form of the Past Perfect Continuous Tense distant learning ,
7. These flowers # wonderful!
are never used in Continuous Aspect., are not normally used in Continuous Tenses but may be used in Continuous Aspect with the change of meaning., are the verbs which normally describe states rather than actions., often refer to mental activity, human senses, appearance, emotions etc.,
8. Part II. The Present Tenses: Practice. Complete using the correct form of the verb. ___________________________________________________________
9. # at Mike%27s while here in NY?
have eaten, %27ve eaten, assess performance , ,
10. Actually, I # a glass of fresh orange juice every day.
is always chatting, , ,
11. (Multiple choice): The Present Continuous Tense is used to describe ...
has not come, hasn%27t come, , ,
12. Part I. The Present Tenses: Theory.
am thinking, %27m thinking, , ,
13. This soup # (to taste) awful! You%27d better eat something else.
sets, , ,
14. HAVE/HAS %2b BEEN %2b Ving
has been writing, %27s been writing, , ,
15. %22I%27ve already gotten him two scoops of ice-cream!%22 ...#
is becoming, %27s becoming, , class web page ,
16. The Sun # (to set) in the West.
tastes, , ,
17. I # (to think) of visiting Paolo next week. We could discuss a new project.
is looking, looks, look,
18. It%27s the first time they # in a helicopter.
are, are being, have been,
19. Going abroad for a holiday # (to become) more and more popular nowadays.
are smelling, smell, ,
20. (MULTIPLE CHOICE) The stative verbs ...
do drink, drink, does drink, have drunk,
21. Meg # (always, to chat) with Pat over the phone when I need to make a call.
Are you staying, Do you stay, ,
22. It%27s the second time I # (to eat) octopus!
fly, have flown , are flying, have been flying,
23. - Where are the rest? - I believe they # in the park having fun right now.
are hanging out, hang out, have hung out, have been hanging out,