Thursday, 26 April 2012

Future Perfect Worksheets

Free worksheets for practising Future Perfect Tense.

Exercise 1.
Fill in the spaces with the correct form of the verb in parentheses in future perfect tense. Exercise includes both regular and irregular verbs.
  1. I ---- ---- ---- (to finish)  my work by the 1st of May.
  2. He ---- ---- ---- (to translate) this article by tomorrow.
  3. My daughter and I  ---- ---- ---- (to come) to New York by the 1st of August.
  4. We ---- ---- ---- (to be) there for a week when my husband joins us.
  5. They ---- ---- ---- (to arrive) to the stadium half an hour before the game begins.
  6. I hope you ---- ---- ---- (to recover)  before I return from my leave.

Monday, 16 April 2012

Present Perfect Worksheets

These free worksheets show how the Present Perfect Tense should be used in the English Grammar.

Exercise I.
Answer the following questions.
  1. Have you been to London?
  2. Have you stayed in London long?
  3. Have you read the book "The Song of Hiawatha" by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow?
  4. Have you read "Pygmalion" by George Bernard Shaw?
  5. Has the book made an impression on you?
  6. Have you seen "My Fair Lady"?
  7. Have you seen a map of the British Isles?
  8. Have you noticed that there are no long rivers in England?
  9. Have you heard that people standing on the cliffs near Dover can see the cliffs of France?

Exercise II.
Complete the following sentences paying attention to the tense forms.

I have read two books since... → I have read two books since my vacation began.
I … since he left for London. → I haven’t seen my friend since he left for London.

  1. I have written two letters since…
  2. I haven’t seen my friend since…
  3. I haven’t been to the theatre since…
  4. He hasn’t taken his medicine since…
  5. He hasn’t slept since…
  6. He … since he fell ill.
  7. We … since we moved to New York.