How about a VERB TENSE REVIEW?

 

VERB TENSE CHART

 

TENSE

POSITIVE

NEGATIVE

QUESTION

USE

Simple Present

I play soccer on Mondays.

They don't (do not) play tennis

Does she like U2?

Habitual activities - States 

Present Continuous

He's (is) working at the moment.

They aren't (are not) coming this evening.

What are you doing?

Actions happening at the present moment. Near future intention and scheduling.

Simple Past

She went to Paris last week.

They didn't (did not) drive to work.

Where did she get that hat?

Actions happening at a defined moment in the past. 

Past Continuous

I was watching TV when you called.

He wasn't (was not) working when she arrived.

What were you doing when I called?

Interrupted past action, action happening at a specific moment in time in the past.

Future with Going to

He's (is) going to fly to Boston next week.

They're (are) not going to invite the Browns.

Where are you going to stay?

Future intent or planned action 

Simple Future

I'll (will) meet you at the airport tomorrow.

He won't (will not) be able to come.

Will they visit us soon?

Decisions made at the moment about the future, future predictions, future promises 

Present Perfect

I've (have) seen Mick three times this week.

She hasn't (has not) been to New York.

How long have you worked at Smith's?

1)To express an action that was begun in the past and continues into the present. 2) To express an action that happened in the UNspecified past. 3) To express a recent action that has a present effect. 

Present Perfect Continuous

She's (has) been waiting for over three hours.

They haven't (have not) been studying for long.

How long have you been working on that problem?

To express the duration of a continuous activity begun in the past and continuing into the present.

Past Perfect

I'd (had) already eaten before they came.

She hadn't (had not) been to Rome before that trip.

Had you ever seen such a crazy lady before that?

To express an action that happens before another action in the past.

Past Perfect Continuous

She'd (had) been waiting for three hours when he finally arrived.

I hadn't (had not) been sleeping for long when I heard the doorbell ring.

How long had you been playing tennis when she arrived?

To express the duration of a continuous activity begun before another activity in the past. 

Future Continuous

I'll (will) be cooking dinner when you arrive.

They won't (will not) be living in Paris this time next year.

What will you be doing next week at this time?

Future action at a specific moment in the future. 

Future Perfect

We'll (will) have lived here for twenty years by 2005.

She won't (will not) have finished her homework by the time we arrive.

How long will you have lived in France by the end of next year?

To express what will have happened or how long something will have happened up to a certain point in the future. 

Future Perfect Continuous

He'll (will) have been sleeping for a few hours by the time we arrive.

She won't (will not) have been working for long by 5 o'clock.

How long will you have been driving by 6 o'clock?

To express the duration of an activity up to a point of time in the future.

English as 2nd Language 

 

*Irregular Verb Chart

Let's do some exercises on the links below! (I'm sorry if any link is not in service, ok?)

(Don't forget to check your answers!)

After you finish each exercise, close the 'window'.

 

Introduction - BE Verb

Verb 'to be' exercise

Verbs (L1)

Activity (L1)

Verbs2

Verbs3

There is / There are1

There is /There are2

Simple Present be

1. Simple Present

2. Simple Present

3. Simple Present

Simple Present L1

4. Present Continuous

Cool Present Continuous

Present Continuous with Pictures

5. Simple Present /  Present Continuous

6. Simple Present /  Present Continuous

7.  Simple Present / Present Continuous

Cool Simple Present Game

8. Simple Past - was/were

Simple Past 

COOL Simple Past Game

Past Continuous

9.  Simple Past / Past Continuous

10. Simple Past / Past Continuous

11. for/since

12. Present Perfect1

Cool Present Perfect

Simple Past & Present Perfect

13.  Simple Past / Present Perfect

14. Simple Past / Present Perfect

15. Simple Past / Present Perfect

16.  Simple Past / Past Perfect

17.  Simple Past / Present Perfect / Past Perfect

Going to

18. Future with Going to

19. Future with Going to

20. Future with Going to

21. Will / be going to

22. Will / be going to2

23. Will / be going to 3

GREAT Future Exercise!

Four ways to talk about the future

24. SHOULD

25. Should 2

Cool Game with Should

must (not), (don't) have to

Modals

26. Verb tense Review1

27. Verb tense Review2

28. Very good exercises!

 

ACTIVE AND PASSIVE TENSES CHART

RECOGNIZING THE PASSIVE VOICE

29. Passive Voice1

30. Passive Voice2

31. Passive Voice3

32. Passive Voice4

33. Active/Passive

34. Active to Passive

35. Passive to Active

 

36. SOME PHRASAL VERBS

37. More On Phrasal Verbs

38. More On Phrasal Verbs I

39. More On Phrasal Verbs II

 

Personal Pronouns

Personal pronouns2 

At a Party: Personal Pronouns

Possessive Adjectives

Possessive Pronouns

 

Adjectives (cool)

Adjectives 2

Adjectives Opposites 1

Adjectives Opposites 2

Regular Comparatives and Superlatives

Regular Comparatives and Superlatives2

Comparative 1 (L1)

Comparative 2 (L1)

Comparative 3

Comparative

Superlative 1

Superlative 2

Comparisons

 

Animals

Animals2

Animals3

Animals4

Animals5

Family

Body

Body2

Body3

Body Crossword

Clothes

Clothes1

Clothes2

Clothes Crossword

Countries, Nationalities & Languages

Furniture

Jobs

Jobs2

What Are Baby Animals Called?

 

Question Words

Question Words2

Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers1

Questions & Answers 2

Questions & Answers 3

Questions & Answers 4

Questions and Question Forms

WHEN or WHILE

 

These exercises were taken from different sites!  
By the way, these sites are very good for you to practice and review some  grammar 'points'!