Dear students and teachers: Please make sure you subscribe to the free grammar updates, English Practice – Learn and Practice English Online. the form that follows auxiliary "be" and always ends in "ing", simple past and past participle end in -ed, simple past and past participle do not end in ed. ‘I’m hungry.’ ‘No problem. I will phone you when I …………………… time. I don't think he will guess the answer. 5. 4. With the exception of the verb be, English main verbs have only 3, 4 or 5 forms. 7 Secrets for ESL Learners - FREE download. Be has 8 forms. on Monday. © 1997-2020 EnglishClub.com All Rights ReservedThe world's premier FREE educational website for learners + teachers of EnglishEngland • since 1997, a) third person singular present b) past simple c) base, a) base b) present participle c) present simple, a) past simple b) third person singular present c) base, a) base b) past participle c) present participle, a) past simple b) base c) past participle, a) base b) past simple c) present participle, a) past simple b) third person singular present c) past participle, a) present simple b) present participle c) base, a) base b) past simple c) past participle, a) present participle b) third person singular present c) base. She climbed up the stairs slowly because she didn’t want to fall. 4. 1. I am visiting the Smiths this evening. I asked your brother to drive us there. I …………………. (begin / begins / is beginning). Although the children were tired, they continued playing. had + past participle of main verb: action already completed at the time of of another past action. 1. was/were/been + present participle: action in progress when another action in the past occurred, has/have been + present participle of main verb: action currently happening but begun in the past, had been + present participle (-ing form of main verb) action in progress in the past, prior to another past action, will + be + present participle of main verb: action that will be in progress in the future. (have / will have), 3. I often notice on the comments left on this site that Englisg users have a good vocabulary but get confused over which form of a word is needed. 8. (visit / am visiting / will visit), 4. The next term …………………. Singapore next month. I am looking for a pen to write this composition. 2. ____ English … Irregular Verbs: Irregular Past Simple, Part 1; Irregular Past Simple, Part 2; Irregular Past Participle, Part 1; Irregular Past Participle, Part 2; Present Simple Form (with the verb 'be'): Present Simple Positive with 'be' … "yesterday" form. Choose your answers from the given options. (visit / will visit), 7. 6. For ESL learners. Let's have a quick quiz to get your brain thinking on a Monday. ‘I’m hungry.’ ‘No problem. 6. Look at the sky. Perhaps we ……………………. Oh dear! Forms of Main Verbs. 3. I ……………….. the Smiths this evening. will + have + past participle of main verb:action that will be in progress in the future at the same time as another future action. EnglishPractice.com © 2020 - All rights Reserved. Here are all the English grammar exercises on the site so far. If you have any questions about this exercise please add a comment and we'll help. The plane …………………. 7. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The train will have arrived before we reach the station. Complete the following sentences using an appropriate form of the verb. They have been playing tennis all day. at 4.30. You can do this grammar quiz online or print it on paper. It tests what you learned on the Verb Forms page. I …………………… (will faint / am going to faint), 9. The best way to do this is to practise! This is a free multiple-choice quiz that you can do online or print out. Menu. Perhaps we will visit Singapore next month. Good luck! We are in the kitchen doing the dishes. (start / will start), 8. The stranger requested the shopkeeper to give him a glass of water because he was thirsty. Science, Tech, Math Science Math Social Sciences ... Irregular Verb Forms Used in English Sentences. Test your knowledge of English irregular verbs with this 20-question quiz. The teacher asked the students to solve the sum. Answers. 9. Online quiz to test your understanding of English verb forms. I will get you something to eat.’. Test your knowledge of English irregular verbs with this 20-question quiz. am/is/are + present participle "ing" of main verb: action currently in progress. In this lesson we look at the forms of main verbs and helping verbs followed by a quiz to check your understanding. Today let's review your understanding of verb tenses. Link:'Which exercises have mistakes 2?' Start studying English verb forms. 2. The train ……………………. Unless we start now we can’t be on time. It ………………… rain. Home. Unless we ………………….. now we can’t be on time. has or have + past participle "ed" "en" "n" "t"of main verb: action that began in the past and still continues, or recently completed action. 6. verb tense that shows completed action. Nobody believes that he is innocent. (arrive / will have, 10. English Practice – Learn and Practice English Online Dear students and teachers: Please make sure you subscribe to the free grammar updates here Verb forms exercise 3. (goes / is going to / will), 6. you something to eat.’ (get / will get / am getting), 5. (arrive / arrives / will arrive), 2. Read through the sentences below and choose the correct form. 3. Helping verbs have even fewer forms as most of them never change. When learning a new word it's always good to learn an example sentence instead of just the single word. before we reach the station.