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Present Tenses. Quiz

Урок 3. Английский язык 11 класс ФГОС

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Hello guys,

In today’s video we’re going to revise the formation, use and time markers of the Present Continuous, Present Simple, Present Perfect and Present Perfect Continuous tenses.

You’ll have a chance to practice the rules and check your knowledge.

Look! In the table there are three categories: formation, use and time makers. Each category contains a few questions on the topic.

To make the task more challenging and worthy, we’ll give you points for answering the questions.

The cheapest and easiest questions are on FORMATION and TIME MARKERS of the present tenses. The tasks on the USE of tenses will make you really spend some time thinking.

All of the questions have answers provided for you to revise, if you’re not sure or incorrect.

So, here we go!

Let’s start with the easiest tasks – FORMATION.

1.

Put the third person singular of the verbs in the list in the correct box.

1. dances, opens, buys, likes, says, puts, changes, begins.

2. brushes, fixes, kisses, goes, catches, washes, teaches, passes.

3. tries, dries, flies, copies.

We use the first form of the verbs in the positive sentences. We add –s or –es to the main verb in the third person singular (he/she/it).

Spelling:

Verbs inding in –ch, - sh, -s, -x, add –es.

Verbs ending in -o add –es.

Verb ending in a consonant + -y, change –y to –ies.

2.

Choose the auxiliary verbs, which help us to form questions and negations in the Present Simple.

To make a question, we use DO/DOES + subject +infinitive. We do NOT add –s or –es to the main verb for he/she/it!

3.

Choose the correct positive forms of the Present Continuous.

Correct forms are: I’m wearing, Jane is dancing and Kids are running.

We form the Present Continuous with the auxiliary verb to be (am, is, are) and the main verb with the –ing suffix. Pay attention to their short forms: I’m/He’s/She’s/It’s/We’re/You’re/They’re.

Pay attention to the Spelling:

•        Verbs ending in –e drop the –e and take the –ing suffix.

•        Verbs ending in one stressed vowel between two consonants, double the last consonant and take the –ing suffix.

•        Verbs ending in –ie, drop the –ie and take –y +ing.

4.

Make up the sentences.

Check.

1. I am not seeing Rachel tonight.

2. He is not working hard these days.

3. Is Molly staying at granny’s tonight?

4. Are you practising your song at the moment?

5. Am I having another meeting this evening?

To make negatives we need to put NOT after am/is/are.

We form questions by putting am/is/are before the subject.

5.

Find the second form of the verbs on the right in the search. Make up another verb from the remaining letters.

We have the following words in the search: seen, brought, bought, thought, done, been, felt, found, got.

So, the key word is FLOWN.

We form the Present Perfect Tense with the help of auxiliary verb have for I/you/we/they and has when we use he/she/it and regular forms of the main verb (by putting the ending –ed to the main verb.) or irregular forms of the main verb (using the list of irregular verbs or learning them by heart).

6.

In each of the sentences below find 2 words which should change places with each other

to make sense.

Correct sentences are:

1. Have they bought a new house?

2. Tom Brown has not been in Manchester.

3. Has Bill ever flown in a plane?

4. How long have you been a vet?

5. Ralph and Wendy have not had breakfast yet.

We form negations by putting not between have/has and the main form of the verb.

We form questions by putting have/has before the subject.

 

7. Fill in the gaps.

1. I have been using my laptop.

2. You have been lying in the sun for too long!

3. We have been doing our project.

4. They have been thinking about their holidays.

5. He has been fighting with his brother.

6. She has been waiting for her mum.

7. It has been raining for hours.

We form the Present Perfect Continuous with the help of auxiliary verb have for I/you/we/they and has when we use he/she/it in the sentence, the 3rd form of the verb to be (been) and the main verb with the – ing suffix.

8. Make up the sentences.

1. He has not been working hard.

2. Have you been living here for 10 years?

3. How long have you been waiting for him?

4. They have not been doing well at school.

5. Has she been sleeping for three hours?

We form questions by putting have/has before the subject.

We form negations by putting not between have/has and been.

9.

Choose the correct cases.

We use the Present Simple to talk about:

1. an action which started in the past and continues up to the present.

2. things that happen regularly, habits, repeated actions.

3. general things or laws of nature.

4. temporary situations.

5. programmes and timetables.

6. permanent situations or states.

Correct answers are 2, 3, 5, 6.

10.

Match the sentences with the rules:

Every day Tony checks his e-mail box. – habitual action

Water boils at 100 C. – law of nature

The race starts at 3 o’clock. – timetable

She hates loud music. – state

11. Choose the correct cases.

We use the Present Continuous to talk about:

1.                 the duration of an action which started in the past and continues up to the present.

2.                 things that are happening at the moment of speaking.

3.                 an action which has recently finished and whose result is visible in the present.

4.                 temporary situations.

5.                 changing or developing situations.

Correct answers are 2, 4, 5.

12.

Only three sets of letters on a standard keyboard are in order. What are these three sets of letters?

To answer this question, complete each sentence below with the correct form of the STATIVE verb. Write the letter of each answer in the space above its sentence number.

Correct answer is:

1. He ___ he’s really clever.

thinks         is thinking

2. She ________ lunch.

has             is having

3. Ann _______ the cat’s fur.

feels            is feeling

4. You perfume ____ of apples.

smells                   is smelling

5. The box is heavy. It _____ a lot.

weighs                  is weighing

6. I ________ good films.

enjoy          enjoying

7. The chef ________ the soup.

tastes          is tasting

8. It _____ as if it’s going to rain.

looks          is looking

Remember! We usually use the present simple, not the present continuous, for so-called STATIVE verbs:

13. Choose the correct cases.

We use the Present Perfect to talk about:

1.                 things that are happening at the moment of speaking.

2.                 an action which has recently finished and whose result is visible in the present.

3.                 an action which happened at an unstated time in the past. The exact time is not mentioned because it is either unknown or unimportant.

4.                 general things or laws of nature.

5.                 an action, which has happened within a time period, which is not over at the moment of speaking, such as today, this morning/afternoon/month/year, etc.

6.                 our experiences.

Correct answers are: 2, 3, 5, 6.

14. Match the sentences with the rules:

1. Jess has cleaned her room. It looks so nice now. b)

2. She has tried windsurfing. d)

3. I have called him this morning. a)

4. Students have finished their essays. c)

15. Choose the correct cases.

We use the Present Perfect Continuous to talk about:

1.                 the duration of an action which started in the past and continues up to the present.

2.                 anger, irritation or annoyance.

3.                 an action which has recently finished and whose result is visible in the present.

4.                 things that are happening at the moment of speaking.

5.                 an action which started and finished in the past and lasted! for some time. The result or effect of the action is visible in the present.

Correct answers are: 1, 2, 5.

16. Match the sentences with the rules:

I’m so tired. I have been swimming for four hours. b)

Who has been using my phone?!! a)

I have been waiting for you all morning. c)

17.

In what country are there treatment camps for internet addicts?

To answer this question, choose the time markers, which are used with the Present Simple. Write the letter of each answer in the space above its word number.

18.

I sound so cool and people all over the world come again and again to see me. Most people spend years with me but you can’t be too old or young to come see me, unless you decide to make me part of your career? I am able to make you smarter and wealthier too. What am I?

To answer this question, choose the time markers, which are used with the Present Continuous. Write the letter of each answer in the space above its word number.

It’s

19.

I have no doors but I have keys, I have no rooms but I do have a space, you can enter but you can never leave. What am I?

To answer this question, choose the time markers, which are used with the Present Simple. Write the letter of each answer in the space above its word number.

The answer is

20.

What gets sharper the more you use it?

To answer this question, choose the time markers, which are used with the Present Perfect Continuous. Write the letter of each answer in the space above its word number.

The answer is your BRAIN.

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