• tenses Revision
  • diversion
  • 30.06.2020
  • Mittlere Reife
  • Englisch
  • 10
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1
Do you re­mem­ber your ten­ses?
8 / 8
  • She will never un­der­stan­d this pro­blem.
    1
  • He was wai­ting for her for hours.
    2
  • He is watching you now.
    3
  • I would't trust him.
    4
  • She came late for class.
    5
  • I would have be­lie­ve­d her.
    6
  • He has clim­be­d the rock be­fo­re.
    7
  • She is going to be late.
    8
  • Past Pro­gres­si­ve
  • Simp­le Past
  • Pre­sent Per­fect
  • Will Fu­ture
  • Pre­sent Pro­gres­si­ve
  • Going to Fu­ture
  • Con­di­tio­nal 1
  • Con­di­tio­nal 2
2
Do you re­mem­ber your pas­si­ve voice ?
7 / 7
  • They will write the test.
    1
  • Chan­tal­le has un­ders­too­d the let­ter.
    2
  • She had dri­ven the car.
    3
  • He hurt her badly
    4
  • I kil­le­d the mos­qui­to.
    5
  • Kevin wri­tes a let­ter.
    6
  • She would un­der­stan­d the sign.
    7
  • The mos­qui­to was kil­le­d.
  • She was hurt badly
  • A let­ter is writ­ten by Kevin.
  • The let­ter has been un­ders­too­d.
  • The test will be writ­ten.
  • The car had been dri­ven.
  • The sign would have been un­ders­too­d.

Turn the fol­lo­wing sen­ten­ces into Pas­si­ve. Yes, it is only mul­ti­ple choice, but make sure you read all the task.

3
He tur­ned water into wine.
1 / 1
  • Water was turnt into whine.
  • Water was tur­ned into wine.
  • Water is tur­ned into wine.
  • Wine was tur­ned into water.
  • Water was turns into wine.
  • Water was tur­ned into wine.
4
She o­pe­ne­d all the win­dows.
1 / 1
  • All the win­dows was o­pe­ne­d.
  • All the win­dows were opent.
  • The win­dows were o­pe­ne­d.
  • All the win­dows are open.
  • All the win­dows were o­pe­ne­d.
5
She re­pai­re­d the car.
1 / 1
  • The car were re­pai­re­d.
  • The car was re­pai­ret
  • The car is re­pai­re­d
  • The car was re­pair
  • The car re­pai­re­d.
6
She had dri­ven him to school.
1 / 1
  • He has been dri­ven to school
  • He had been drove to school.
  • The school had drove himto her.
  • He had been dri­ven to school.
  • He had been dri­ving to school
7
She will read the let­ter.
1 / 1
  • The let­ter would be read
  • The let­ter wil be red.
  • The let­ter will be rea­ding.
  • The let­ter will be read.
  • The lad­der will be read.
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