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Online present perfect quiz with answers, testing the affirmative, negative, yes no questions and question words. The quiz is interactive so you can click to view and check your answers.
Reported speech imperatives, also known as reported commands, follow a slightly different structure to normal indirect speech. We use imperatives to give orders, advice, or make requests.
Present simple quiz online to practice your English grammar. This tests you on the various forms of the tense and it comes with answers.
Direct and indirect speech are different because in direct speech the exact words said are spoken, but in indirect or reported speech, we are reporting what was said, usually using the past tense.
Reported speech tenses may differ from the tense of the direct speech. The general rule for tenses in reported speech is that it changes to the past tense. This is called backshifting.
These present perfect tense exercises will improve your skills at using this tense. Place your answer into the box and click to check your score.
There are three multi-word verbs: prepositional verbs, phrasal verbs, and phrasal-prepositional verbs.
To join an adjective or noun complement to a subject we use copular verbs, commonly known as linking verbs. Examples are: be, appear, taste, feel, and get.
A finite verb is a verb that has a subject and a tense. That is in contrast to a non-finite verbs which does not have a subject and cannot form tenses.
Stative verbs are used to reflect states of mind such as opinions, feelings, sense perceptions, and emotions. They are not usually used in the continuous tense.
The difference between the present perfect and present perfect continuous
The present perfect continuous tense (or present perfect progressive) is used to show that something started in the past but is still continuing in the present.
Past simple exercises so you can practice this tense They are available online but can also be downloaded as a PDF to print off and use in class.
These future perfect continuous tense examples will help you learn how to use this complicated tense. A list of examples for you to practice the tense.
The past tense of feel is felt. We don't say feeled as feel is an irregular verb which means that it doesn't follow the usual pattern of past simple verbs.