Present simple and continuous
Present simple and continuous worksheets PDF Compare: I work, I'm working, Does he speak? Is he speaking?
Present tenses for future PDF Timetables + arrangements: The bus departs at 10, I'm leaving tomorrow.
Past simple and continuous
Past simple worksheets PDF The verb to be (was, were, wasn't, weren't), I worked, he wrote, I didn't write, Did you go?
Past continuous worksheets PDF I was sleeping, you weren't doing, Was she dancing?
Past simple or Past continuous exercises PDF Compare: I drove, he was driving.
Future simple and continuous
Future simple exercises PDF I'll go, He won't go, Will they go?
Future continuous exercises PDF I'll be going, I won't be going, Will you be going?
Future simple and continuous exercises PDF Compare: I'll work, I'll be working.
Going to exercises PDF Intentions + opinions: I'm going to buy, He's going to crash.
Present perfect simple exercises PDF I've been, Have you seen? + since, already, not yet...
Present perfect continuous exercises PDF I've been living, It hasn't been working, Has he been playing?
Present perfect simple and continuous exercises PDF Compare: I've gone, I've been going.
Past perfect simple exercises PDF I had seen, It hadn't started, Had he done?
Past perfect continuous exercises PDF I'd been staying, She hadn't been living, Had you been doing?
Past perfect simple and continuous exercises PDF Compare: I had walked, I had been walking.
Future perfect simple exercises PDF I will have landed, Will you have sent?
Future perfect continuous exercises PDF I'll have been sailing, Will he have been working?
Future perfect simple and continuous PDF Compare: I'll have made, He'll have been making.
Will + going to + present continuous Compare: I'll leave, I'm going to leave, I'm leaving tonight.
Present perfect and past simple exercises PDFI've just moved to Dover. - I moved to Dover last year.
Past perfect and past simple exercises PDFWhen I met her, I had been in the hotel for a week. - When I met her, she smiled at me.
Future perfect and future continuous exercises PDFIn a ten years' time astronauts will have reached Mars. - In a ten years time people will be travelling to the Moon.
Regular and irregular verbs
Regular and irregular verbs exercises PDF Printable PDF exercises and lists of regular and irregular verbs.
Printable worksheets with answers to download for free:
Can - Can't exercises PDF She can't speak English. We can come. You can go out.
Must - Mustn't exercises PDF I must improve. You mustn' talk.
Must - Have to - Mustn't - Needn't exercises PDF You must help me. I have to get up. I mustn't be late. You needn't wash up.
Can - May - Must - Have to exercises PDF You can join us. He may come. We must win. I have to leave.
Be able to
Be able to PDF worksheet 1 All tenses: I am able to go, You were able to go, He will be able to go, We have been able to go...
Can - Be able to PDF worksheet 2 Choose correct options to learn the difference.
Could - Would be able to PDF worksheet 3 Rewrite sentences and keep the same meaning.
Download free printable exercises with answer keys:
Present simple passive PDF It is finished. They are written.
Present continuous passive PDF The dinner is being made.
Past simple passive PDF He was asked. We were told.
Present perfect passive PDF I've been helped. It's been broken.
Past perfect passive PDF It had been made.
Mixed tenses passive PDF They are done. It is being built. He was asked. We've been served...
Second person imperative exercises PDF Take it. Don't cry.
Third person imperative exercises PDF Let's do it. Let me see. Let him go.
Imperative test PDF A marked test on mixed imperative forms.
Gerund + infinitive
Gerunds exercises PDF He admitted cheating. I can't stand waiting.
Infinitive exercises PDF He demanded to talk to me. He made her do it. She seems to be crying. He pretended to have been studying.
Gerund and infinitive exercises PDF I like skiing. I would like to ski.
Gerund or infinitive test PDF A marked test on gerunds vs infinitives.
If clauses (conditionals)
Zero conditional exercises PDF I always take my umbrella if it rains.
First conditional exercises PDF I will take my umbrella if it rains.
Second conditional exercises PDF I would take my umbrella if it rained.
Third conditional exercises PDF I would have taken my umbrella if it had rained.
Mixed conditionals exercises PDF Compare different forms of conditional sentences.
Mixed conditionals test PDF A marked printable test to download for free.
Relative clauses exercises PDF The man who met us... My car, which is over there... (who, which, that, whose)
Direct and indirect object
Direct and indirect object exercises PDF I gave my dad a present. I gave a present to my dad.
Indirect questions exercises PDF Can you tell me who your best friend is?
Reported speech exercises PDF "I did it for you," she said. - She said she had done it for me.
Reported questions and commands PDF "Where are you?" - He asked me where I was. "Take this book." - She told me to take that book.
Reported speech test PDF PDF tests with answers to download for free.
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