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1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Tom Wilson 1) .... is.... (be) an explorer. He 2) ………….(be) to nearly every country in

the world, but the most exciting time he 3) …………………………. (ever/have) was when

he 4) …………………… (go) to the Congo jungle. A magazine 5)………………….. (ask)

him to retrace the route of a famous explorer who 6) …………………. (disappear) in the

1920's. As he 7) ……………….(follow) a small river he got separated from his guides. He

8) …………………………. (go on) alone, hoping he 9) ………………….. (find) them, but

instead he 10) ………………… (encounter) a group of natives. He 11) …............... (stay)

with them for several days and 12) …………………….. (find out) that a very old woman

13) ……………………(actually/meet) the famous explorer. She 14) …………… (know)

how he 15) …………………………….(die). Tom 16) ………………………….(become) very

friendly with the natives and now he 17) …………………………… (plan) to go back and

see them again. He is sure they 18) …………………………………..(welcome) him back.

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

When Francis Lee was a boy he 1) ............................. (want) to be an astronaut. He

2) ……........…….(watch) TV one day in 1969 when he 3) ……………………. (see) Neil

Armstrong walk on the moon. Since then he 4) …………….......……… (always/dream) of

doing the same. Every night when there is a full moon, he 5)………….……….. (stare) up at

it for hours and 6) ……………..........……. (imagine) himself walking around on it. At the

moment, however, he 7) ……………….(work) as a night-watchman at a meat factory. He

8) …………………………. (do) the same job since he left school fifteen years ago, but he

still hopes that one day his dream 9) ……….............………….. (come) true. He 10)

………………… (hear) that in the 21st century they 11) …................... (sell) tickets to fly to

the moon. For this reason he 12) …………….............(save) half of his wages every month

for the past two years.

3. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Sue Thomas is a fashion designer. She 1) ... has been making.... (make) clothes ever

since she 2) ………….(be) a young girl. She 3) …………………………. (get) her first job

in a clothes factory when she was sixteen. She 4) …………………… (sew) buttons onto

a shirt one day when she 5)………………….. (have) a brilliant idea for a design. After

she 6) …………………. (speak) to her bank manager, she got a loan and she 7)

…………....…….(open) her own little workshop. Now she 8) ………………………….

(make) lots of money. Next year she 9) ………………….. (open) a shop which will sell all

her own designs. She 10) ………………… (sell) clothes to a lot of famous people,

including film stars and singers, and she 11) …...................... (think) she will be very rich

soon.

4. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Kevin Adams 1)....................(love) trains. He first 2)........................(see) one

when he was four years old and he 3) ..............................(think) it was great. He

4).........................(go) to a different railway station every week and 5).........................(write

down) the engine number of every train he sees. He 6)............................(do) this since he

was eight. By the time he was fifteen he 7).............................(collect) over 10.000 different

engine numbers in various counties. Once, while he 8).............................(stand) in a

station in Cheshire he saw something very unusual. He 9)............................(wait) for over

an hour for a train to go by when suddenly he 10)..............................(see) a very old steam

train coming down the track. It 11).............................(not/stop) at the station and, as it was

passing, Kevin noticed that all the passengers 12)..............................(wear) old-fashioned

clothes. When he told the station guard about this, the poor man turned pale. He said that

no steam train 13)...........................(pass) through that station for years, and that the last

one 14)...........................(crash), killing everyone on board.

5. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Ever since Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1997, scientists, politicians and theologians

1) .......................................... (discuss) the question of whether or not the cloning of

human beings

2) ..........................................(should/allow). If cloning does become a reality one day, it

3) ..................................(raise) many questions. Many scientists want cloning

4)............................(be) legalised. They believe that if it 5) .....................................(be)

legal to clone human beings, it

6) ....................................(be) possible to create a superior race. Many childless couples

also wish the goverment 7).......................................(allow) cloning. If this

8) ...............................(be) the only way for you to have a child, you might agree with them

too.

6. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Sammy Milton 1) .... is not.... (not/be) very clever. He 2) ………….(walk) along the beach

one daywhen he 3) …………………………. (trip) over something and 4)

…………………… (fall) on the sand. He 5)………………….. (not/look) where he was

going. “What 6) …………………. (be) this?” he said, picking up the object he 7)

……………….(trip) over. “I 8) …………………………. (never/see) anything like it before.” It

was, in fact, a very old oil lamp, and as he 9) ………………….. (rub) it, a genie suddenly

10) ………………… (fly) out of it. “You 11) …............... (just/release) me from the lamp!”,

said the genie. “Now you may have three wishes.” “Great said Sammy who12)

…………………….. (feel) very thirsty. “I 13) ……………………(want) a bottle of lemonade

that never 14) ……………(run out).” “No problem,” said the genie, and 15)

…………………………….(produce) one instantly. Sammy picked up the bottle and16)

………………………….(drink) all the lemonade in one go. Magically, the bottle 17)

…………………………… (fill) itself up again. Sammy drank all that, and exactly the same

thing 18) …………………………………..(happen) again. “That’s amazing!” he said.

“Thanks very much!” “You still 19) ................................ (have) two more wishes young

man.” “That’s easy, “said Sammy. “I 20) .....................................(have) two more of these

bottles of lemonade!”.

7. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

One day a little Indian boy 1) .... was sitting.... (sit) outside his wigwam. He 2) ………….

(wonder) how the Indians 3) …………………………. (choose) their children’s names. He

4) …………………… (decide) to go and ask the Indian Chief. “Well,” 5)…………………..

(explain) the Chief, “we 6) …………………. (love) nature and when a new baby 7)

……………….(be) born, we 8) …………………………. (look) around and we 9)

………………….. (choose) a name from what we10) ………………… (see), like Flowing

Waterfall, Bright Star, Running Bull and so on. 11) …............... (you/understand)?” “Yes,

chief”, the little Indian boy said. “Why 12) …………………….. (you/be) so intered in this,

Two Dogs Fighting?”, the Chief asked.

8. Fill in the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

One afternoon, while I 1).................................................(walk) in town, I 2)..........................

(see) a poster for a liquor promotion at a club I 3) .......................................(used to, go) to.

They 4) ................................(advertise) a “vodka disco”. Later that week, my friend and I

5).................................(decide) to go to this club to find out what 6) ..............................(go

on). It was a “drink-as-much-vodka-as-you-can” evening, with music and prizes for the best

dancers. After we 7)...............................(enter) the club, a man 8) ..............................

(give) each of us a T-shirt and a badge in the shape of a vodka bottle. To my surprise , all

the drinks 9)..................................(be) free.

We 10) ........................................ (not drink) very much at all –one vodka each- but other

young people 11)............................. (drink) heavily all evening. Some of the dancers

12) ................................(look) quite drunk.

We all know that companies 13) .....................................(try) to sell us their products and

they 14) .................................(use) almost any means possible to encourage us to spend

our money. 15) ............................................. (this, mean) they can convince us to buy

anything? Even things that are bad for us?

Think about it! The last time you 16) ......................................(buy) an alcoholic drink,

17)...................................(it, be) because you really wanted it, or because an ad

persuaded you to do so?

9. Fill in the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

I 1. .......................... (be) a fan of soap operas for years. I 2. .............................. (always watch) my favourite show three times a week. In fact, until about a week ago, I

3. .......................... (never / miss) a single episode. Last Saturday, while I

4. ........................ (sit) in front of the TV, the electricity suddenly 5........................... (go off). After waiting for about an hour, I finally phoned the telephone company. “What

6. .......................... (happen)?” I asked them. “When 7. ............................ (we / have) electricity again?” The man I spoke to said it 8. .......................... (take) a while to fix the

problem. So I 9. .......................... (not watch) my favourite soap opera that day. Strangely enough, I 10. .......................... (not watch) it since. Suddenly, there are so many other things to do!

10. Complete the passage with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Goldilocks is probably the most famous and most charming “squatter” of all times.

While the Bear family................................... (look) for breakfast, Goldilocks .......................................... (break into) their house and ................................. (make) herself at home. The first thing she .................................. (see) when she .......................................(enter) the house was food on the table. This made her happy because she ............................. (walk) in the woods for several hours and was very

hungry. Goldilocks immediately ................................ (sit down) at the table to eat. When she ....................................(finish) the meal, she ......................................(feel) very tired and .............................. (decide) to look for a confortable place to rest.

By the time the bears ............................... (return) from their hunt, Goldilocks ........................... (already leave). To this day they do not know who the

“squatter” was.

KEY

1. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Tom Wilson 1) .... is.... (be) an explorer. He 2) …has been...(be) to nearly every country

in the world, but the most exciting time he 3) …has ever had…. (ever/have) was when he

4) …went… (go) to the Congo jungle. A magazine 5)…(had) asked… (ask) him to retrace

the route of a famous explorer who 6) …had disappeared…. (disappear) in the 1920's. As

he 7) …was following….(follow) a small river he got separated from his guides. He 8)

……went on…. (go on) alone, hoping he 9) …would find….. (find) them, but instead he

10) …encountered… (encounter) a group of natives. He 11) …stayed.... (stay) with them

for several days and 12) ……found out.. (find out) that a very old woman

13) …had actually met…(actually/meet) the famous explorer. She 14) …knew… (know)

how he 15) ……had died….(die). Tom 16) ……became….(become) very friendly with the

natives and now he 17) …is planning… (plan) to go back and see them again. He is sure

they 18) …will welcome…..(welcome) him back.

2. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

When Francis Lee was a boy he 1) ....wanted..... (want) to be an astronaut. He

2) …was watching...(watch) TV one day in 1969 when he 3) ……saw…. (see) Neil

Armstrong walk on the moon. Since then he 4) …has always dreamt… (always/dream) of

doing the same. Every night when there is a full moon, he 5)…stares….. (stare) up at it for

hours and 6) …imagines... (imagine) himself walking around on it. At the moment,

however, he 7) …is working….(work) as a night-watchman at a meat factory. He 8) …has

been doing…. (do) the same job since he left school fifteen years ago, but he still hopes

that one day his dream 9) …will come... (come) true. He 10) …has heard…… (hear) that in

the 21st century they 11) …will sell/will be selling...... (sell) tickets to fly to the moon. For

this reason he 12) …has been saving...(save) half of his wages every month for the past

two years.

3. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Sue Thomas is a fashion designer. She 1) ... has been making.... (make) clothes ever

since she 2) …was….(be) a young girl. She 3) …got…. (get) her first job in a clothes

factory when she was sixteen. She 4) …was sewing… (sew) buttons onto a shirt one day

when she 5)…had... (have) a brilliant idea for a design- After she 6) …had spoken….

(speak) to her bank manager, she got a loan and she 7) …opened...(open) her own little

workshop. Now she 8) …is making/makes…. (make) lots of money. Next year she 9) …is

opening/is going to open….. (open) a shop which will sell all her own designs. She 10) …

has sold/sells… (sell) clothes to a lot of famous people, including film stars and singers,

and she 11) …thinks.... (think) she will be very rich soon.

4. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Kevin Adams 1)...loves....(love) trains. He first 2)....saw.....(see) one

when he was four years old and he 3) .....thought....(think) it was great. He 4)....goes....(go)

to a different railway station every week and 5)...writes down...(write down) the engine

number of every train he sees. He 6)....has been doing.....(do) this since he was eight. By

the time he was fifteen he 7).....had collected....(collect) over 10.000 different engine

numbers in various counties. Once, while he 8)...was standing....(stand) in a station in

Cheshire he saw something very unusual. He 9)....had been waiting.....(wait) for over an

hour for a train to go by when suddenly he 10)......saw....(see) a very old steam train

coming down the track. It 11)....didn’t stop.....(not/stop) at the station and, as it was

passing, Kevin noticed that all the passengers 12)...were wearing...(wear) old-fashioned

clothes. When he told the station guard about this, the poor man turned pale. He said that

no steam train 13)....has/had passed...(pass) through that station for years, and that the

last one 14).....had crashed...(crash), killing everyone on board.

5. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Ever since Dolly the sheep was cloned in 1997, scientists, politicians and theologians

1) .....have been discussing..... (discuss) the question of whether or not the cloning of

human beings

2) .....should be allowed.....(should/allow). If cloning does become a reality one day, it

3) ...will raise....(raise) many questions. Many scientists want cloning 4)....to be....(be)

legalised. They believe that if it 5) .....were...(be) legal to clone human beings, it

6) .....would be..........(be) possible to create a superior race. Many childless couples also

wish the goverment 7).......would allow....(allow) cloning. If this 8) ....were......(be) the only

way for you to have a child, you might agree with them too.

6. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

Sammy Milton 1) .... is not.... (not/be) very clever. He 2) …was walking...(walk) along the

beach one daywhen he 3) …tripped…. (trip) over something and 4) …fell… (fall) on the

sand. He 5)…wasn’t looking/hadn’t been looking….. (not/look) where he was going.

“What 6) …is…. (be) this?” he said, picking up the object he 7) …had tripped...(trip) over.

“I 8) …have never seen…. (never/see) anything like it before.” It was, in fact, a very old oil

lamp, and as he 9) …was rubbing... (rub) it, a genie suddenly 10) …flew… (fly) out of it.

“You 11) …have just released.... (just/release) me from the lamp!”, said the genie. “Now

you may have three wishes.” “Great!” said Sammy who12) …was feeling... (feel) very

thirsty. “I 13) …want…(want) a bottle of lemonade that never 14) …runs out…(run out).”

“No problem,” said the genie, and 15) …produced….(produce) one instantly. Sammy

picked up the bottle and16) …drank...(drink) all the lemonade in one go. Magically, the

bottle 17) …filled… (fill) itself up again. Sammy drank all that, and exactly the same thing

18) …happened...(happen) again. “That’s amazing!” he said. “Thanks very much!” “You still

19) ....have... (have) two more wishes young man.” “That’s easy, “said Sammy. “I 20) ....’ll

have...(have) two more of these bottles of lemonade!”.

7. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

One day a little Indian boy 1) .... was sitting.... (sit) outside his wigwam. He 2) …was

wondering...(wonder) how the Indians 3) …choose/chose…. (choose) their children’s

names. He 4) …decided… (decide) to go and ask the Indian Chief. “Well,” 5)…explained..

(explain) the Chief, “we 6) …love…. (love) nature and when a new baby 7) …is...(be)

born, we 8) …look…. (look) around and we 9) …choose... (choose) a name from what

we10) …see… (see), like Flowing Waterfall, Bright Star, Running Bull and so on. 11) …Do

you understand..... (you/understand)?” “Yes, chief”, the little Indian boy said. “Why 12) …

are you.. (you/be) so intered in this, Two Dogs Fighting?”, the Chief asked.

8. Put the verbs in brackets into the correct tense:

One afternoon, while I 1).....was walking.....(walk) in town, I 2).....saw... (see) a poster for a

liquor promotion at a club I 3) ...used to go....(used to, go) to. They 4) ....were advertising.....

(advertise) a “vodka disco”. Later that week, my friend and I 5)...decided....(decide) to go to

this club to find out what 6) ....was going on.....(go on). It was a “drink-as-much-vodka-as-

you-can” evening, with music and prizes for the best dancers. After we 7).... entered.....

(enter) the club, a man 8) .....gave... (give) each of us a T-shirt and a badge in the shape of

a vodka bottle. To my surprise , all the drinks 9)......were....(be) free.

We 10) ....didn’t drink..... (not drink) very much at all –one vodka each- but other young

people 11)....had been drinking...... (drink) heavily all evening. Some of the dancers

12) ....looked.........(look) quite drunk.

We all know that companies 13) ....try/ are trying......(try) to sell us their products and they

14) ...use/will use... (use) almost any means possible to encourage us to spend our money.

15) ....Does this mean....... (this, mean) they can convince us to buy anything? Even things

that are bad for us?

Think about it! The last time you 16) ......bought......(buy) an alcoholic drink, 17).....was it.....

(it, be) because you really wanted it, or because an ad persuaded you to do so?

9. Fill in the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

I 1. ...have been.... (be) a fan of soap operas for years. I 2. .....always watch...... (always watch) my favourite show three times a week. In fact, until about a week ago, I 3. ....had never missed...... (never / miss) a single episode. Last Saturday, while I

4. ...was sitting..... (sit) in front of the TV, the electricity suddenly 5......went off...... (go off). After waiting for about an hour, I finally phoned the telephone company. “What 6. ..(has) happened...... (happen)?” I asked them. “When 7. ...shall/will we have...... (we / have) electricity again?” The man I spoke to said it 8. ..would take..... (take) a while to fix the problem. So I 9. ...didn’t watch..... (not watch) my favourite soap opera that day. Strangely

enough, I 10. ...haven’t watched..... (not watch) it since. Suddenly, there are so many other things to do!

10. Complete the passage with the correct form of the verbs in brackets.

Goldilocks is probably the most famous and most charming “squatter” of all times.

While the Bear family.....was looking... (look) for breakfast, Goldilocks ......broke into.....

(break into) their house and ......made....(make) herself at home. The first thing she ......saw... (see) when she .......had entered....(enter) the house was food on the

table. This made her happy because she ....had been walking.... (walk) in the woods for several hours and was very hungry. Goldilocks immediately .......sat down... (sit down) at the table to eat. When she .....(had) finished....(finish) the meal, she .........felt......(feel) very tired and .....decided... (decide) to look for a confortable place to rest.

By the time the bears .......returned.... (return) from their hunt, Goldilocks .....had

already left... (already leave). To this day they do not know who the “squatter” was.

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