PAST TENSES
PRESENT TENSES
FUTURE TENSES
MISCELLANEOUS
CORRECT THE MISTAKES
100

When I --- (come) home this evening, my parents had gone out for a walk.

came

100

Do you know what time the 10:45 plane --- (arrive) in Chicago?


arrives

100

Jane --- (be) eighteen next Friday.

will be                                 

100

This vase once --- (belong) to the Emperor of China. It is worth over a million dollars.


belonged

100

He never was in Italy.

He has never been to Italy.

200

At 7 o'clock yesterday she --- (watch) TV with her daughter.

was watching

200

Niagara Falls --- (be) a popular tourist attraction for many years.

has been

200

LAURA: Hey! Why don't we go to the cafe tonight?

TANYA: That's a good idea. I --- (phone) the others and see if they want to join us.


will phone

200

I  --- (always, to want) to be a vet ever since I --- (to be) little. 

have always wanted, was

200

Shakespeare has written 154 sonnets.


Shakespeare wrote 154 sonnets.

300

We --- (look for) her ring for two hours when we found it in the bathroom.


had been looking for

300

I --- (not/know) where Kate is at the moment.

don't know

300

In a few weeks we --- (ski) in the Alps with our friends.

will be skiing

300

I --- (see) my dentist tomorrow.


am seeng

300

Look at those dark clouds! It will rain.

Look at those dark clouds! It is going to rain.

400

Last night I --- (study) my English tenses, when suddenly I  --- (hear) a loud noise outside my bedroom window. 

was studying, heard

400

My grandparents --- (come) to see us next weekend. They --- (not/visit) us for two years.

are coming, have not visited

400

When Sarah --- (graduate) from university next year, she --- (study) English for nearly four years. 

graduates, will have studied

400

Yesterday Tom --- (eat) all the cakes by the time his birthday party --- (begin).

had eaten, began

400

I have been knowing her since 2008.

I have known her since 2008.

500

The fans were happy because their team --- (win). 

had won

500

For the last three days I --- (organise) a traditinal Cristmas party for my family. But I --- (not/decorate) the house with coloured lights yet.

have been organising, haven't decorated

500

By Saturday next week, I --- (work) on this painting for exactly one month.

will have been working

500

We --- (to wait) for the bus for nearly half an hour, but it --- (not, to arrive) yet; so I don't think we will be able to attend the meeting on time.  

have been waiting, hasn't arrived

500

She put on her coat, took her bag and had left.

She put on her coat, took her bag and left.

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