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Interactive Future Perfect Continuous Negative Quiz - Online activity gap fill. Put the words in brackets into the correct tense. Check your answers.
This future perfect continuous quiz is a gap fill exercise and it tests you on affirmative statements, or positive statements. Place the verb in brackets into the correct tense.
This future perfect quiz focuses on yes / no questions. The future perfect is made of up 'will' plus 'have' and then the past participle.
In this modal verbs multiple choice quiz, choose which of the three choices of verbs should go into the gap to make a grammatically correct sentence.
Future Perfect Tense Quiz Negative: Interactive online quiz to test your knowledge of the future tenses. Fill in the gaps with the correct verb form.
This future perfect tense quiz tests you on the affirmative, which are positive statements. It's a gap fill quiz where you have to change the verb to the perfect tense.
In this clauses exercise you can practice identifying clauses in sentences. Each sentence has either 1, 2, 3, or 4 clauses. Can you identify the number in each?
Sentence clauses are the building blocks of writing and you need to understand these for your academic writing.
Defining and Non-defining Relative Clauses Quiz: The differences between these types of clause are confusing. Practice in this exercise to improve your skills.
This past Simple negative exercise is a practice quiz on forming the negative of the simple past. You need to turn the statements into their negative form.
Past simple questions quiz testing your ability to create yes / no types questions and with question words such as why, when, where and how.
Irregular verb exercises for the past simple. Irregular verbs are those that do not end in '-ed' or '-d'. In this quiz test yourself on verbs in the past.
The present simple tense varies it's form depending on whether it is being used with the third person singular, other verbs, or the verb to be. It is used for repeated events, general facts, and with state verbs.
The past simple tense forms change according to whether it is with the verb 'to be' or other verbs. This lesson explains the forms of the affirmative, negative and questions words.
This Parallel Structure Quiz is a multiple choice test where you need to decide in which of the two sentences the rules on parallelism are correct.
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