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IELTS GRAMMAR IELTS Grammar Exercise 1 IELTS Grammar Exercise 1 is a review of verb tense: There are six basic verb tenses in English. Present: I walk. Past: I walked. Future: I will walk. Present Perfect: I have walked. Past Perfect: I had walked. Future Perfect: I will have walked. There are also continuous verbs forms, which are not illustrated in the above examples! Look at the examples of the verb tenses above. Then complete the exercises below by using the grammatically correct form of the verb. (1) She __________ (meet) me at the restaurant at 7:00 tonight. (2) I __________ (try) my best on the exam yesterday. (3) By this time tomorrow, we __________ (finish) this project. (4) My Grandmother always __________ (make) delicious cake. (5) Until his death, Mr. Brown __________ (always work) on a farm. (6) He __________ (purchase) his new car for only ?,000. (7) I __________ (trim) my hair last week. (8) Maryanne __________ (sing) in the choir every Wednesday afternoon. (9) I __________ (never drive) in such heavy traffic before in my life. www.topsage.com
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IELTS GRAMMAR (10) The businessman __________ (conceal) certain important facts in order to complete the deal. ANSWERS: (1) will meet (2) tried (3) will have finished (4) makes (5) had always worked (6) purchased (7) trimmed (8) sings (9) have never driven (10) concealed IELTS Grammar Exercise 2 IELTS Grammar Exercise 2 is a review of irregular verb forms: There are many irregular verb forms in English. An irregular verb is one that does not take -ed to form the simple past tenses. Look at these grammar examples: Regular verb - simple present: I work in a factory. Regular verb - simple past: I worked in a factory when I was younger. Irregular verb - simple present: I eat chocolate quite often. Irregular verb - simple past: I ate chocolate yesterday afternoon. Look at the grammar examples above. Then complete the exercises below by using the grammatically correct form of the verb. (1) The final outcome __________ (bear) no resemblance to the original plan. www.topsage.com
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IELTS GRAMMAR (2) He __________ (catch) the ball with both hands. (3) She __________ (feed) her cat special food because of its allergies. (4) I __________ (feel) unwell for most of the day yesterday. (5) He __________ (build) a new house after the tornado struck. (6) He __________ (deal) the cards during the poker game. (7) I __________ (mistake) her for her younger sister. (8) He __________ (partake) in illegal activities. (9) The lawyer __________ (plead) for his client to receive a lenient sentence. (10) He __________ (sell) some of his old items on an online auction. ANSWERS: (1) bore (2) caught (3) fed (4) fel (5) built (6) deal (7) mistook (8) partook (9) pled (10) sold IELTS Grammar Exercise 3 IELTS Grammar Exercise 3 is a review of irregular verb forms: There are many irregular verb forms in English. An irregular verb is one that does not take -ed to form the simple past tenses. Look at these grammar examples: www.topsage.com
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This note was uploaded on 11/18/2011 for the course SPMS pap111 taught by Professor Claus-dieterohl during the Spring '10 term at Nanyang Technological University.

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