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The ss have to fill in the sentences with the correct form (past perfect) of the appropriate verb, and then match the sentences to the pictures. The pics are from Philip Martin. Thanks for his generosity. Hope you find it useful. Have a great day. Hugs, Zsuzsapszi - ESL worksheets

Past Perfect Tense * upper-elementary * fully editable * with key worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Past Simple Tense*** fully editable *** with key worksheet - iSLCollective.com - Free ESL worksheets

Past Simple Tense*** fully editable *** with key worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Past Perfect Continuous Tense * intermediate * fully editable * with key

Past Perfect Continuous Tense * intermediate * fully editable * with key worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Present Perfect Tense by etta

Present Perfect Tense by etta

Present Continuous - What are they doing?

A motivating worksheet with simple exercises for beginners - ESL worksheets

Five execises on Present Continuous Tense: positive and negative sentences, general and special questions, choice of Present Simple or Present Continuous. This ws can be used for training, revision or for tests. Thank you!!! - ESL worksheets

Present Continuous Tense worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Past perfect worksheet - Free ESL printable worksheets made by teachers

Various exercises to practise the past perfect tense. Past perfect simple vs continuous tense, Intermediate adults, high school,

Grammar & Vocabulary: Conditionals (1)

An exercise to practise conditional sentences - type 1 with pre-intermediate students. They have to complete the sentences with the correct form of the verbs.

Some exercises to practice the present perfect tense. Thanks for sharing. :-)) - ESL worksheets

Some exercises to practice the present perfect tense. :-)) Present perfect tenses, Writing, worksheets, Pre-intermediate adults, high.

CONDITIONALS - 0,1,2

This ws contains a simple explanation on use and form of the conditional. It has two tasks: a gap-filling exercise for students to get used to the form. a rephrasing exercise + matching with pictures.

since, for, yet, already, just, ever, never, still, recently, lately - signal words in present perfect - with grammar & key & B&W

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