English is full of interesting ways to express yourself, however there are some steadfast rules we must follow if we want everyone to understand and appreciate what we say.
Tenses are an important part of language, as they help people relate to what you’re saying and also assign logical sense to it. Do you have a firm grasp of the English tenses? Let’s find out!
The train to Chicago _____ in an hour; you had better hurry up!
Taylor _____ at the moment, but she'll be sure to call you back later.
Did you _____ the flour and then _____ in the milk?
When I arrived, Julie _____ a book.
I _____ that movie a hundred times.
His mom is exhausted; he _____ her crazy since he was born.
I didn't eat much at lunch because I _____ a lot at breakfast.
You _____ waiting for more than an hour when she arrived.
The girl scouts _____ cookies tomorrow, so you had better bring some cash!
Just wait and see! By Thanksgiving morning at 9:00, grandma ____ dinner.
If I were you, I _____ myself a pat on the back.
The bus was late. The passengers were upset because they _____ for twenty minutes.
The noodles should be ready; they_____ for at least ten minutes.
If he_____ with his girlfriend, he_____ now.
Didn't break up/Wouldn't be sad
Hadn't broken up/Wouldn't be sad
Wouldn't have broken up/Will be sad
They_____ together for 3 years when they decided to get engaged.
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