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English tenses

How to fill in the verbs

Here you will find 4 examples where you have to fill in the correct form of the verb. Study the steps which show you you to fill in the verb form into different types of sentences. Do not follow the text in grey.

What are signal words?

What are auxiliaries?

Is there a signal word in the sentence?

yes

no

What action is it?

Define the tense.

Form the verbform.

What type of sentence do you have to fill in the verb?

Is it a statement?

Is it a question?

yes

yes

Is there an auxiliary in the question?

yes

no

do or does in Simple Present
did in Simple Past

Is the statement or the question negative?

Put in not after the auxiliary.
(Simple Present don't or doesn't; Simple Past didn't)

Now fill in the verbform into the gap.

Example 1: Peter always ________ (to play) football.

Is there a signal word in the sentence?

yesalways

no

What action is it?

Define the tense.Simple Present

Form the verbform. plays

What type of sentence do you have to fill in the verb?

Is it a statement?

Is it a question?

yes

no

Is there an auxiliary in the question?

yes

no

do or does in Simple Present
did in Simple Past

Is the statement or the question negative? no

Put in not after the auxiliary.
(Simple Present don't or doesn't; Simple Past didn't)

Now fill in the verbform into the gap. plays
Peter always plays football.

Example 2: Peter ________ (always/not/to play) football.

Is there a signal word in the sentence?

yesalways

no

What action is it?

Define the tense. Simple Present

Form the verbform. plays

What type of sentence do you have to fill in the verb?

Is it a statement?

Is it a question?

yes

no

Is there an auxiliary in the question?

yes

no

do or does in Simple Present
did in Simple Past

Is the statement or the question negative?yes

Put in not after the auxiliary.
(Simple Present don't or doesn't; Simple Past didn't)

Now fill in the verbform into the gap. doesn't play (Do not put an -s on the full verb, the -s is in doesn't. The adverb of frequency always goes before the full verb play.)
Peter doesn't always play football.

Example 3: When ______ Peter always ________ (to play) football?

Is there a signal word in the sentence?

yes always

no

What action is it?

Define the tense.Simple Present

Form the verbform. plays

What type of sentence do you have to fill in the verb?

Is it a statement?

Is it a question?

no

yes

Is there an auxiliary in the question?

yes

no

do or does in Simple Present (Peter)
did in Simple Past

Is the statement or the question negative? no

Put in not after the auxiliary.
(Simple Present don't or doesn't; Simple Past didn't)

Now fill in the verbform into the gap.
does play (Do not put an -s on the full verb, the -s is in doesn't.)
When does Peter always play football?

Example 4: Where ______ it ________ (not/to rain) tomorrow?

Is there a signal word in the sentence?
yes
no
What action is it?
Prediction
Define the tense. will-future
Form the verbform. will rain
What type of sentence do you have to fill in the verb?
Is it a statement?
Is it a question?
yes
yes
Is there an auxiliary in the question?
yes
no
do or does in Simple Present (it)
did in Simple Past
Is the statement or the question negative? yes
Put in not after the auxiliary.
(Simple Present don't or doesn't; Simple Past didn't)
Now fill in the verbform into the gap. will not rain (oder won't rain)
Where won't it rain tomorrow?

 

 
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