Active Voice Tenses Crossword

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Active Voice Tenses Crossword

  1. 1. TENSES IN ACTIVE VOICE CROSSWORDIdentify the underlined tense forms in the following sentences.123456789101112131415161718192021222324
  2. 2. 1. Have you ever eaten sushi?2. Daniel said he had already seen that movie before.3. They are building a new supermarket in the city centre.4. Mary has two daughters.5. Had your friends left by the time you arrived at the party?6. He hasn’t called me for two weeks.7. The dress cost €20.8. She looked as if she hadn’t slept for two days.9. I won’t be able to help you tomorrow.10. Edinburgh is the capital of Scotland.11. I wish I had been brave enough.12. Promise you will never leave me!13. I’m having my first driving lesson this week.14. I was so sleepy last night.15. They were watching TV when I reached home.16. This time tomorrow I will be taking my English language exam.17. You’re always coming late to the meetings!18. It started to rain while I was walking to school.19. Does John have a car?20. I’ve known him since 2005.21. Tom will have eaten the whole cake by the time the birthdayparty starts.22. She was talking to me when the phone rang.23. I think he’ll regret his choice.24. He studies English twice a week.Solution: I have been learning English for years.
  3. 3. THE KEY:1. Present Perfect2. Past Perfect3. Present Continuous4. Present Simple5. Past Perfect6. Present Perfect7. Past Simple8. Past Perfect9. Future Simple10. Present Simple11. Past Perfect12. Future Simple13. Present Continuous14. Past Simple15. Past Continuous16. Future Continuous17. Present Continuous18. Past Continuous19. Present Simple20. Present Perfect21. Future Perfect22. Past Continuous23. Future Simple24. Present SimpleSolution: Present Perfect Continuous

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