Participles and Gerunds Exercise
1. Hearing – participle, qualifying the pronoun we 2. Fighting – participle, qualifying the noun motorcyclist. 3. Watching – gerund, object of the preposition by 4. Standing – participle, qualifying the noun clown 5. Asking – gerund, subject of is 6.
PARTICIPIAL PHRASES: EXERCISE #1
· PDF 檔案PARTICIPIAL PHRASES: EXERCISE #1 NAME:_____ PART I DIRECTIONS: Look at each verb below. If it looks like a present participle, mark “pres” in the space at the left. If it looks like a
The Present Participle in Mixed Tenses
· This exercise is designed to test understanding of when it is appropriate to use a present participle in a variety of different tenses. Present Participle Mixed Tenses Exercise Complete the following sentences with the verb in brackets, using present participles or another appropriate verb form.
English verbs exercises Simple Past Past Participle
06 Past – Past Participle Reported Speech 01 Reported Speech rules 02 Pronouns change 03 Pronouns change 04 Change place and time 05 Simple Present 06 Introduction Simple Pres. 07 Backshift 08 Backshift Tenses 09 Simple Past negative 10 11 12 13
Participle clauses are not very common in spoken English; however, you can find lots of examples in written English, maybe because participle clauses can be very useful. They allow us to express condition, reason, cause, result or time in a similar way to full adverbial clauses , only with less words.
Participle exercise 1. The work ..computers requires well trained personnel. a. involved b. involve c. involving d. involves 2. ..a few thousand dollars, he went on a tour to Europe. a. saved b. he has saved c. having saved
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How to use Participle Phrases
Perfect participle phrases, like the present participle, designate that the noun being modified is the agent of the participle’s action. For example: “Having seen the movie before, I wouldn’t want to see it again.” “Having done so much exercise this morning, we
Gerunds, Participles, and Infinitives Explained
· Exercise: Identifying Verbals For each of the following sentences, decide if the word or phrase in italics is a participle, a gerund, or an infinitive. The children’s singing and laughing woke me up. Jenny likes to dance in the rain.
Exercise Past Tense: Conjugation in Present, Past & Past …
This is a reference page for exercise verb forms in present, past and participle tenses. Find conjugation of exercise. Check past tense of exercise here. PastTenses is a database of English verbs. One can check verbs forms in different tenses. Use our search box to
participle clause – English grammar reference notes
English grammar reference notes for participle clause. Walking in the park, my bad mood disappeared. This is wrong.The subject must be the speaker I. (A bad mood cannot walk in a park.) Walking in the park, I felt my bad mood disappear.
Exercise 1 – have something done
Exercise 1 – have something done Complete the sentences using the correct form of have something done and the words in brackets. Use contractions where possible.
Present And Past Participle Worksheet For Class 7 – …
Fill in the blanks with suitable participle forms of the words given in the brackets. There are two types of participles – present participle and past participle.The present participle always ends in -ing. Examples are: singing, crying, waiting, looking, eating etc. The past