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This interactive quiz allows students to choose an answer and be given feedback as to whether this is right or wrong. ...

This interactive quiz allows students to choose an answer and be given feedback as to whether this is right or wrong.

A great way to learn the different forms of irregular verbs. This presentation is concerned with a variety of verbs starting with A through to D.

Enjoy,

Dave

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  • Irregular Verbs D-K Click on the right answer.
  • I ___ in the garden from time to time. A B C D digged digs digging dig 1 Base form
  • Dale ____ a hole. A B C D dug digged dugged digging 2 Past simple
  • Dale had ____a hole in the garden. A B C D dig digs dug digged 3 Past participle
  • Dale ____ in the garden every week. A B C D dig digs digging digged 4 3 rd person singular
  • The men ____ in the garden every week. A B C D digs dig digged digging 5 3 rd person plural
  • Dale is _____ in the garden. A B C D dig digs dug digging 6 Present participle / Gerund
  • I like to _____. A B C D draw draws drew drawing 7 Base form
  • Kelly _____ a picture. A B C D drew draw drawed drawing 8 Past simple
  • Kelly had _____ a beautiful picture. A B C D drew drawn drawed draws 9 Past participle
  • Kelly _____ very well. A B C D draw drawed draws drawing 10 3 rd person singular
  • The students _____ very well. A B C D draw draws drew drawing 11 3 rd person plural
  • Kelly is _______ a picture of her brother. A B C D draw drew draws drawing 12 Present participle / Gerund
  • I _____ around the golf course each weekend. A B C D drive driving drives drived 13 Base form
  • Peter _____ around the golf course last Sunday. A B C D drove drived drives driven 14 Past simple
  • Peter had _____ around the golf course quite quickly. A B C D drived driven drove drive 15 Past participle
  • Peter _____ around the golf course in his yellow buggy. A B C D drived driven drives driving 16 3 rd person singular
  • The men _____ around the golf course in their yellow buggies. A B C D drived drive drives drive 17 3 rd person plural
  • Peter is _____ around the golf course in his little yellow buggy. A B C D driven drived drove driving 18 Present participle / Gerund
  • Tom likes to ___ chicken. A B C D eats eat eating eated 19 Base form
  • Tom ___ all the chicken on the plate. A B C D ate eat eating eated 20 Past simple
  • Tom had ______ all the chicken before we had the chance to have some. A B C D eat eats eaten ate 21 Past participle
  • Tom ____ chicken every week. A B C D eat eats eating eated 22 3 rd person singular
  • The boys ____ chicken every week. A B C D eat eats eating eated 23 3 rd person plural
  • Tom is greedily _____ all the chicken. A B C D eats ate eating eat 24 Present participle / Gerund
  • Watch the coconut ____ out of the tree. A B C D falls fall fell falled 25 Base form
  • The snow ____ throughout the night. A B C D fall falls falled fell 26 Past simple
  • Lots of leaves had _____ on the ground, and it was very slippery. A B C D fall fell fallen falled 27 Past participle
  • The leaf ____ from the tree. A B C D falls fall falling falled 28 3 rd person singular
  • The leaves ____ from the tree. A B C D fall falls falling falled 29 3 rd person plural
  • The snow is ______ heavily tonight. A B C D fall falling falls fell 30 Present participle / Gerund
  • The sumo wrestlers _____ for the gold medal tomorrow. A B C D fighting fights fighted fight 31 Base form
  • The wrestlers ______ hard last night. A B C D fight fighting fighted fought 32 Past simple
  • They had _______ for an hour before the winner was declared. A B C D fought fighting fighted fight 33 Past participle
  • Gary ______ tenaciously each time he gets into the ring. A B C D fighting fight fights fought 34 3 rd person singular
  • The men ______ tenaciously each time they get into the ring. A B C D fought fights fight fighting 35 3 rd person plural
  • The men are ______ tenaciously. A B C D fights fought fight fighting 36 Present participle / Gerund
  • Hundreds of planes ____ in the sky above Australia each day. A B C D fly flew flies flied 37 Base form
  • The bird _____ gracefully above the lake. A B C D flew flied flyed flying 38 Past simple
  • The plane had ______ here from Alice Springs. A B C D flown flied fly flies 39 Past participle
  • Melissa _____ her plane whenever she gets the chance. A B C D fly flying flew flies 40 3 rd person singular
  • The girls ____ their planes whenever they get the chance. A B C D fly flied flown flies 41 3 rd person plural
  • The bird is ______ high above the trees. A B C D fly flew flying flies 42 Present participle / Gerund
  • Peter can ____ the ball a long way. A B C D hit hits hitting hitted 43 Base form
  • Peter ____ some great shots yesterday. A B C D hitting hitted hits hit 44 Past simple
  • Peter had ___ some great shots throughout the day. A B C D hit hits hitting hitted 45 Past participle
  • Peter ___ the ball down the fairway and the crowd claps. A B C D hitting hits hitted hit 46 3 rd person singular
  • The players ___ their balls down the fairway and the crowd claps. A B C D hitting hit hitted hits 47 3 rd person plural
  • Sir, come quickly! Some boys are _______ each other in the playground. A B C D hit hitting hits hitted 48 Present participle / Gerund
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