#1: Choose the answer that identifies the form of the verb in the sentence.
The calves were standing close to their mothers.
A. present participle
B. past participle
**my answer: A. present participle
is that right?? @ArkGoLucky :)
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#2: Choose the answer that identifies the tense of the verb in the sentence.
These windows have been cleaned only once this year.
A. past progressive
B. past perfect
C. present perfect
**MY answer: B. past perfect
is that right?
#3; Choose the answer that identifies the tense of the verb in the sentence.
The wind had been howling for hours already.
A. past perfect progressive
B. past progressive
C. past perfect
**my answer: A. past perfect progressive
is that right?
#4: Choose the answer that identifies the tense of the verb in the sentence.
Who will agree with Sasha’s opinion?
A. future perfect progressive
C. future perfect
D. future progressive
**my answer: D. future progressive
is that correct?
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#5: Choose the verb that best completes the sentence.
By next week, the pottery class __________ for a month.
A. will have met
B. have met
C. will meet
**my answer: A. will have met
is that right? :)
1 is B. 2 is C. 3 is correct. 4 is B. 5 is correct.
okay.. so 4 is future?? not future progressive? how come ?:O
Because it is simple future. The sentence is only saying something will happen at a specific time in the future. Future progressive would be "Who will be agreeing..." Always think of -ing for progressive. "The contest will be starting in ten minutes."