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Name the Tense
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    Identify the tenses from 60 sentences.
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  • The moon goes round the Earth
    Present Simple
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  • Do you play football?
    Present Simple
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  • We meet at the bingo hall for games night every Thursday.
    Present Simple
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  • Why are you so beautiful?
    Present Simple
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  • That sounds interesting.
    Present Simple
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  • Johan is learning to drive.
    Present Continuous
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  • The candle is burning brightly tonight.
    Present Continuous
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  • She isn't working at the office tomorrow.
    Present Continuous
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  • When are you starting your new job?
    Present Continuous
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  • Is he watching TV again?
    Present Continuous
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  • Susan hasn't heard from Jimmy at all today.
    Present Perfect
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  • John has eaten the whole cake himself.
    Present Perfect
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  • I have seen 6 aliens so far this year.
    Present Perfect
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  • Oh dear, Christopher has just broken his leg.
    Present Perfect
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  • Has the price gone up again?
    Present Perfect
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  • How long have you known Tara?
    Present Perfect
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  • You haven't been listening to a word that I've been saying, have you?
    Present Perfect Continuous
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  • Has it been raining where you live?
    Present Perfect Continuous
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  • Have long have you been learning English?
    Present Perfect Continuous
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  • We've been studying since 9 o'clock this morning.
    Present Perfect Continuous
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  • Sarah hasn't been feeling very well for two weeks now.
    Present Perfect Continuous
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  • The car exploded at 9am this morning.
    Past Simple
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  • Sorry, we didn't hear the doorbell.
    Past Simple
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  • The Jurassic period lasted about 62 million years.
    Past Simple
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  • What did you eat for dinner?
    Past Simple
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  • Why were you so angry with him for dropping the tank? It was clearly an accident.
    Past Simple
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  • What were you just doing with that towel?
    Past Continuous
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  • It was snowing so hard last month.
    Past Continuous
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  • She was cooking that meal for 2 hours.
    Past Continuous
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  • The teacher was talking non-stop for 2 hours!
    Past Continuous
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  • They had not eaten for five hours.
    Past Perfect
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  • Where had your sister gone this morning?
    Past Perfect
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  • Unfortunately the train had already left the station.
    Past Perfect
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  • Had you finished your essay before you came here?
    Past Perfect
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  • I had met Lucy five or Six months ago.
    Past Perfect
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  • Had you been drinking?
    Past Perfect Continuous
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  • Mr Lawrence, hi. Sorry we had not been expecting you today.
    Past Perfect Continuous
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  • Had they been waiting for the bus for long?
    Past Perfect Continuous
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  • Somebody had definitely been smoking in that room.
    Past Perfect Continuous
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  • The car had not been running well for a long time.
    Past Perfect Continuous
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  • Lucy will not be at school tomorrow.
    Future Simple
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  • We will see what we can do to help you.
    Future Simple
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  • Shall I pick you up something from the shop?
    Future Simple
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  • People won't be taking vacations to other planets until the 23rd century at least.
    Future Simple
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  • Don't worry, I won't be long.
    Future Simple
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  • Sarah will be lying on the this time tomorrow.
    Future Continuous
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  • Will you be playing in the game or just on the substitute bench again?
    Future Continuous
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  • Yeah sure, I won't be using the car anyway.
    Future Continuous
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  • It will likely be raining later so I'd better take my umbrella.
    Future Continuous
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  • Surely you won't be working on my birthday?
    Future Continuous
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  • Trust me, she will have forgotten everything by December.
    Future Perfect
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  • They definitely won't have finished the decorating by tomorrow.
    Future Perfect
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  • The boat will have sailed.
    Future Perfect
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  • They will not have slept for around 30 hours by the time they get home.
    Future Perfect
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  • I will have arrived in the office by 8am so you can call me anytime after then.
    Future Perfect
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  • Sally will have been travelling for 40+ hours.
    Future Perfect Continuous
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  • They will have been watching TV all day no doubt.
    Future Perfect Continuous
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  • You won't have been drinking, will you?
    Future Perfect Continuous
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  • How long will José have been working there when he retires next year?
    Future Perfect Continuous
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  • I will have been studying at that university for 4 years by the end of this term.
    Future Perfect Continuous
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