Mixed Tenses Exercises in English

Mixed Tenses Exercises in English

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Mixed Tenses Exercises

There are three tenses for verbs: past, present, and future. Things that have already occurred are described in the past (e.g., earlier in the day, yesterday, last week, three years ago). Things that are happening right now or that are ongoing are described in the present tense. Things that haven’t happened yet are described in the future tense (e.g., later, tomorrow, next week, next year, three years from now).


  • Andy is too tired because he has been working all day.
  • By 1960 most of Britain’s old colonies had become
  • My uncle broke his leg when he was skiing last weekend.
  • Did you have a nice time in South Korea with your friend?
  • Have you finished your homework yet?
  • My brother has been at his computer for four hours.
  • How long has your daughter had that car?
  • How many people died in the earthquake in 1999 in Turkey?
  • I don’t know very much about martial art, but I like watching them.
  • I thought I had been waiting for ages when finally our bus arrived.
  • I received a postcard from my best childhood friend Elsa yesterday morning.
  • I have been correcting all morning, I am exhausted!
  • I have never been sailing, what is it like?