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2 Who Wants To Be A Millionaire? Tenses review (present, past and future)

3 Question 1

4 Which tense is used to talk about things that happen always or usually? A present continuous B past simple C present simple D will + infinitive

5 Which tense is used to talk about things that happen always or usually? A present continuous B past simple C present simple D will + infinitive

6 £100

7 Question 2

8 When ___ your mother coming to stay? A is B do C can D will

9 When ___ your mother coming to stay? A is B do C can D will

10 £200

11 Question 3

12 What were you doing at 7 o’ clock? The tense is … A … past simple B … present continuous C … past continuous D … present simple

13 What were you doing at 7 o’ clock? The tense is … A … past simple B … present continuous C … past continuous D … present simple

14 £300

15 Question 4

16 What ____ we _____ tonight? A are / do B did / doing C do /doing D are / doing

17 What ____ we _____ tonight? A are / do B did / doing C do /doing D are / doing

18 £500

19 Question 5

20 ‘going to’ and ‘will + verb 1’ can both be used for … A … instant decisions. B … predictions. C … offers. D … habits.

21 ‘going to’ and ‘will + verb 1’ can both be used for … A … instant decisions. B … predictions. C … offers. D … habits.

22 £1,000

23 Question 6

24 Hurry up or we_____ late. A are B can be C ‘ll be D ‘ve been

25 Hurry up or we_____ late. A are B can be C ‘ll be D ‘ve been

26 £2,000

27 Question 7

28 Which tense describes finished actions in the past? A past continuous B present perfect C present continuous D past simple

29 Which tense describes finished actions in the past? A past continuous B present perfect C present continuous D past simple

30 £4,000

31 Question 8

32 ____ it raining when you left the house? A Is B Was C Did D Are

33 ____ it raining when you left the house? A Is B Was C Did D Are

34 £8,000

35 Question 9

36 Which tense is used for future arrangements? A present simple B going to + infinitive C will + infinitive D present continuous

37 Which tense is used for future arrangements? A present simple B going to + infinitive C will + infinitive D present continuous

38 £16,000

39 Question 10

40 Which of these is incorrect? A I help you with that. B She’s going to be late. C He’ll call you back. D Are you going to wait?

41 Which of these is incorrect? A I help you with that. B She’s going to be late. C He’ll call you back. D Are you going to wait?

42 £32,000

43 Question 11

44 Which word can replace ‘will’ when an offer is a question? A should B can C would D shall

45 Which word can replace ‘will’ when an offer is a question? A should B can C would D shall

46 £64,000

47 Question 12

48 I promise I ____ tell anyone. A won’t B wasn’t C am D haven’t

49 I promise I ____ tell anyone. A won’t B wasn’t C am D haven’t

50 £125,000

51 Question 13

52 Which is correct? A I saw some friends next Friday. B I’m seeing some friends last Friday. C I see some friends next Friday. D I’m seeing some friends next Friday.

53 Which is correct? A I saw some friends next Friday. B I’m seeing some friends last Friday. C I see some friends next Friday. D I’m seeing some friends next Friday.

54 £250,000

55 Question 14

56 Which of these is a decision? A I won’t have the fish. B I won’t be late. C Shall I open the window? D I’ll always love you.

57 Which of these is a decision? A I won’t have the fish. B I won’t be late. C Shall I open the window? D I’ll always love you.

58 £500,000

59 Question 15

60 I __________ to New Zealand. A ‘ve ever been B ‘ve never been C did been D ‘ll never been

61 I __________ to New Zealand. A ‘ve ever been B ‘ve never been C did been D ‘ll never been

62 £1,000,000


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