Tenses Quiz to Check your Grammar
The word tense is derived from the Latin word “Tempus” which signifies the time of action. A verb tells us about the time of an action, event, or condition by changing its form. Based on the time frame, the verb tenses may be categorized as present tense, past tense, and future tense.
In the below tenses quiz, there are so many questions on tenses to help you check your grammar. So let’s start!!!!
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The perfect tense indicates which of the following:CorrectIncorrect
Simple present tense represent which among the following:CorrectIncorrect
Which among the following is affirmative sentence:CorrectIncorrect
Which among the following is interrogative sentence:CorrectIncorrect
Present perfect tense denotes which among the following:CorrectIncorrect
How many types of tenses are there in english grammar:CorrectIncorrect
Tenses generally express time relative to which of the following:CorrectIncorrect
In english how many morphological tenses are there:CorrectIncorrect
Would have gone, is which form of tense:CorrectIncorrect
Which among the following auxiliary verb is used for future tense:CorrectIncorrect
For referring to hypothetical situations we use which form of tense:CorrectIncorrect
I struggled hard for my board exams, is which form of tense:CorrectIncorrect
Ram adopt single puppy every year, in this sentence which of the following is verb:CorrectIncorrect
He will be sitting over there, is a which form of verb:CorrectIncorrect
I have read so many stories I can’t keep count, is which form of tense:CorrectIncorrect
Future tense describes things that:CorrectIncorrect
Which form of tense tell us about action taking place before a certain time in the future:CorrectIncorrect
Simple tenses usually refer to a:CorrectIncorrect
They were standing there, is a which form of tense:CorrectIncorrect
Which language usually shows tense by changing the form of the verb?CorrectIncorrect
From the above tenses quiz, we learnt so many things on tenses i.e types of tenses, how many types of tenses are there in different languages.
As tenses represent the time of action, due to this reason it plays a crucial role in English grammar. It tells us about the present, past, and future events, from where we can learn the exact schedule of events.
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