Tense Related Questions and Answers General English Series

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Tense is the main structure of the English language, from which a sentence is made. Tense is essential to enhance your General English knowledge as well as to crack any competitive exam. Also, candidates need to know the subject, object and form of the verb before understanding Tenses questions. If you are confused about recognizing Past tense, Present tense and Future tense, then this blog can be very helpful for you.

Here, a Minimum of 40 Tenses Related Questions are given and you can solve Tenses Related Questions and Answers in General English Series for better preparation. By solving these Tenses questions and answers you can boost your confidence and performance level in competitive exams. 

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Tense Questions Quiz

Q :  

Choose the correct tense form of the verb given in bracket from the options given below to fill in the blank:
 It is time you ______ (stop) playing.

(A) stops

(B) have stopped

(C) stopping

(D) stopped

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

Choose the correct tense of the verb from the given options:
 Sita told them that they ______ wrong.

(A) are

(B) will be

(C) were

(D) can

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

Choose the correct form/tense of the verb from the options below to fill in the blank:
 The teacher said that oil ______ (float) on water.

(A) floated

(B) float

(C) floats

(D) had floated

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

Where is he? I _____for him since three o'clock (Fill in the blank)

(A) Am waiting

(B) Have been waiting

(C) Had been waiting

(D) Was waiting

Correct Answer : B

Q :  

Identify the tense in the following sentence; I ate three apples on last Wednesday. 

(A) Past Perfect

(B) Present Perfect

(C) Past Continuous

(D) Simple Past

Correct Answer : D

Q :  

He is always _____ his temper. Identify the correct option to till in the blank.

(A) lost

(B) losing

(C) had lost

(D) has been loosing

Correct Answer : B

Q :  

She wouldn't have owned such a big office if _____ the challenging contract.
 Pick the appropriate option to till in the blank space.

(A) she had not signed

(B) she not signed

(C) she does not sign

(D) she did not signed

Correct Answer : A

Q :  

Choose the option that grammatically and meaningfully Dcompletes the given sentence.
 Neither of them complained, _____they? 

(A) didn't

(B) don't

(C) did

(D) do

Correct Answer : C

Q :  

Choose the correct form of the verb to fill in the blank in the sentence given below.  
 She _____ all the entries before he submitted her application form.

(A) had revised

(B) was revised

(C) revises

(D) will have revise

Correct Answer : A

Q :  

_____ keep calm. Pick up the correct option to fill in the blank space.

(A) Somewhere happen

(B) Whether happen

(C) If happening

(D) Whatever happens

Correct Answer : D

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