To Be - To Go
Most common verbs are irregular.
This means that the past tense is not formed by adding -ed
to the end.
Listen to these sentences and check that you understand them
- Yesterday I was at home
- I am usually at home
- I will be at home tomorrow.
- I went home early yesterday.
- I usually go home at four o'clock in the afternoon.
- I will go to Paris next summer.
Match these sentences with their English language tense names.
Some English Tenses
Past Simple, Present Simple, Future, Past Continuous,
Past Perfect, Past Perfect Passive, Past Perfect Continuous, Future perfect
We are going shopping soon.
Peter has gone to the bank.
We were going to visit some friends but decided not to go.
They had already gone to the show so we didn't go.
We had been going to that school
for a few weeks when it was chosen as best school of the city.
She will have gone to visit her parents by the time you arrive.
to go / go past
went past participle
I have been
Use the verb "to go"
to conjugate the following sentences.
Quiz answers are below.
In some cases, more than one answer may be correct.
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