DINO-FORMS OF PRESENT
DINO-FORMS OF PAST
EXPRESSING DINO-FUTURE
TRANFORM DINO-SENTENCES
TRUESAUR OR FALSAUR
100

In which tense of present do we use the past participle form of the verb?

Present perfect

100
  • What is the difference between regular and irregular verbs?

Regular verbs finish in -ed and irregular verbs change partially or completely in past.

100
  • Say a sentence expressing a possibility in the future

-

100
  • Transform this sentence from simple present to present perfect: “She plays volleyball”

She has played volleyball.

100
  • All the negative sentences in simple past have the word “didn’t”.

False. We use "wasnt" or "werent" when the verb is "BE".

200
  • We use this form of present to talk about universal facts and routines.

Simple present

200
  • In what situation do we use past perfect?

To talk about two actions in the past that happened one before the other one.

200
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200
  • Transform this sentence from simple present to simple past: “Are they ok?

Were they ok?

200
  • The simple past and the past participle of any verb are always the same.

False. Many irregular verbs have different simple past and past participle (bit, bitten).

300

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300
  • What forms of “be” do we use in past continuous?

Was -  Were

300

Say a sentence planning something in future.

300
  • Transform the sentence from present continuous to past continuous: “They are  working”

They were working.


300

Present continuous is used to talk about an action that happened during a period of time in the past.

False. It's for a period of time IN THE PRESENT.

400
  • What two elements do we always need to have in present continuous sentences?

the verb "Be" (am - is - are) and verb with -ing

400
  • Can you spell the past participle of “hide”?

H-I-D-D-E-N

400
  • What tense do we use to communicate scheduled plans?

Present continuous

400
  • Transform the sentence from present perfect to past perfect: “He hasn’t done exercise before today.”

He hadnt done exercise before today.

400
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500
  • In what situations do we use present perfect?

To talk about an action that started in the past and continued in the present, or an action that happened in the past and might happen again.

500
  • Can you spell the simple past of “bring”?

B-R-O-U-G-H-T

500
  • What tense do we use to confirm a plan?

Simple present

500
  • Transform the sentence from simple past to present perfect: “We did the homework”.

We have done homework.

500
  • The verb “be” has three forms in present.

TRUE! Is, Am, Are.

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