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Exercice temps anglais 12

Exercice temps anglais:

Present perfect simple OU Present perfect progressif

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le temps qui convient (présent simple ou présent progressif):

1. Tina  for two hours.

2. Wendy  five emails.

3. I  on this project for less than an hour.

4. I still  all the files.

5. Tom is very tired because he  for two days.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le présent simple ou le présent progressif:

1. I (study)   all day, but I am afraid I (learn/not)   much.

2. Tom (eat)   two hamburgers today.

3. The boy’s clothes are dirty because he (play)   in the mud.

4. I (arrive/just)   at the station.

5. We are exhausted because we (do)   exercise all afternoon.

6. Simon feels a bit unsteady because he (cycle/not)   for five years.

7. How long (you/work)   for this office?

8. The kids (finish/not)   their lunch yet.

9. kevin (watch)   the film six times.


Correction exercice 1

  1. Tina has been reading for two hours.
  2. Wendy has written five emails.
  3. I have been working on this project for less than an hour.
  4. I still have not prepared all the files.
  5. Tom is very tired because he has not slept for two days.

Correction exercice 2

  1. I have been studying all day, but I am afraid I have not learnt much.
  2. Tom has eaten two hamburgers today.
  3. The boy’s clothes are dirty because he has been playing in the mud.
  4. I have just arrived at the station.
  5. We are exhausted because we have been doing exercise all afternoon.
  6. Simon feels a bit unsteady because he has not cycled for five years.
  7. How long have you been working for this office?
  8. The kids have not finished their lunch yet.
  9. Kevin has watched the film six times.

Exercice temps anglais 11

Exercice temps anglais:

Present simple ou present perfect progressif

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le temps qui convient (présent simple ou présent progressif):

1. Wendy  English for four years.

2. She  Japanese and  every day.

3. Wendy  to a japanese school for two years.

4. The teachers there  their subjects in Japanese twice a week.

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases suivantes avec le présent simple ou le présent progressif:

  1. Wendy sometimes  mangas. (to read)
  2. We never  TV in the morning. (to watch)
  3. Listen! Sam  in the bathroom. (to sing)
  4. My brother usually   in the kitchen. (to help)
  5. My mum  breakfast now. (to make)
  6. They often   the kitchen. (to clean)
  7. Look! The girls  home. (to come)
  8. Every day his father   for a walk. (to go)
  9. I  with my sister at the moment. (to chat)
  10. Mice  cheese. (to eat)

Correction exercice 1

  1. Wendy has been learning English for four years.
  2. She likes Japanese and practises every day.
  3. Wendy has been going to a japanese school for two years.
  4. The teachers there teach their subjects in Japanese twice a week.

Correction exercice 2

  1. Wendy sometimes reads mangas.
  2. We never watch TV in the morning.
  3. Listen! Sam is singing in the bathroom.
  4. My brother usually helps in the kitchen.
  5. My mum is making breakfast now.
  6. They often clean the kitchen.
  7. Look! The girls are coming home.
  8. Every day his father goes for a walk.
  9. I am chatting with my sister at the moment.
  10. Mice eat cheese.

Exercice temps anglais: Present simple ou present progressif

Exercice temps anglais

Present simple ou present progressif

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Exercice 1

Choisissez le temps qui convient (présent simple ou présent progressif):

1. Thomas  a book at the moment.

2. Wendy  an email to her boyfriend every day.

3. I usually  at eight.

4. Look, the kids  to the park.

5. We  every Wednesday.


Correction exercice 1

  1. Thomas is reading a book at the moment.
  2. Wendy writes an email to her boyfriend every day.
  3. I usually get up at eight.
  4. Look, the kids are going to the park.
  5. We meet every Wednesday.

Exercice conditionnel anglais passé (2/2)

Exercice conditionnel passé anglais (2/2)

Rappel: le conditionnel passé anglais = I would have played, done, been…

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EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes au conditionnel:

  1. (she/cook)    
  2. (they/play)    
  3. (you/give)    
  4. (I/sleep)    
  5. (we/go)    

Exercice 2

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au conditionnel:

  1. If you had read the book, you (pass)  the test.
  2. If I had had more time, I (walk)  to the station.
  3. If we had got up earlier, we (miss/not)  the bus.
  4. He (do/not)  that.
  5. She (win/not)  the race if she had not trained so hard for it.

Exercice 3

Faites des questions au conditionnel:

  1. (carry/you/that heavy box) ?
  2. (How/they/know)  your phone number?
  3. (Who/pay/the bill)  if he hadn’t?
  4. (What/happen)  if they had found out?
  5. (What/we/see)  if we had gone there?

Correction exercice 1

  1. she would have cooked
  2. they would have played
  3. you would have given
  4. I would have slept
  5. we would have gone

Correction exercice 2

  1. If you had read the book, you would have passed the test.
  2. If I had had more time, I would have walked to the station.
  3. If we had got up earlier, we would not have missed the bus.
  4. He would not have done that.
  5. She would not have won the race if she had not trained so hard for it.

Correction exercice 3

  1. Would you have carried that heavy box?
  2. How would they have known your phone number?
  3. Who would have paid the bill if he hadn’t?
  4. What would have happened if they had found out?
  5. What would we have seen if we had gone there?

Exercice temps anglais: le conditionnel présent (would)

Exercice temps anglais: le conditionnel présent (would)

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EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes au conditionnel présent:

  1. (I/read)    
  2. (you/swim)    
  3. (she/dance)    
  4. (we/help)    
  5. (they/listen)    

Exercice 2

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au conditionnel présent:

  1. If I had time, I (go)  to the cinema with you.
  2. If we had more money, we (buy)  a brand new TV.
  3. If we were on school holidays, I (have/not)  to study now.
  4. If you were clever, you (do/not)  this.
  5. If she had a cold, she (sing/not) .

Exercice 3

Faites des questions au conditionnel présent:

  1. (he/go)     to the party if he had an invitation?
  2. (what/you/say)     if someone gave you the chance to act in a movie?
  3. (why/she/go/by bus)     every day if she had a car?
  4. If you could choose any place on earth, (where/you/spend)     your holidays?
  5. (Who/meet/me)     at the station if I took an earlier train?

Correction exercice 1

  1. I would read
  2. you would swim
  3. she would dance
  4. we would help
  5. they would listen

Correction exercice 2

  1. If I had time, I would go to the cinema with you.
  2. If we had more money, we would buy a brand new TV.
  3. If we were on school holidays, I would not have to study now.
  4. If you were clever, you would not do this.
  5. If she had a cold, she would not sing.

Correction exercice 3

  1. Would he go to the party if he had an invitation?
  2. What would you say if someone gave you the chance to act in a movie?
  3. Why would she go by bus every day if she had a car?
  4. If you could choose any place on earth, where would you spend your holidays?
  5. Who would meet me at the station if I took an earlier train?

Exercice temps anglais 7 (le futur perfect continuous)

Exercice temps anglais – Le futur perfect continuous

Rappel: Le futur perfect continuous = I will have been playing

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EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur progressif:

  1. They (watch)     TV all day.
  2. In half an hour she (work)     for six hours without a break.
  3. In two months I (teach)     English at this school for ten years.
  4. Next week you (live)     in your new house for a year.
  5. My friends (lie)     on the beach all holiday.

Exercice 2

Faites des questions au futur progressif:

  1. (How long/we/wait/for her)     by now?
  2. (How long/they/run)    ?
  3. (How long/she/learn/English)    ?
  4. (How long/they/go out together)    ?
  5. (How long/he/do/this)    ?

Correction exercice 1

  1. They will have been watching TV all day.
  2. In half an hour she will have been working for six hours without a break.
  3. In two months I will have been teaching English at this school for ten years.
  4. Next week you will have been living in your new house for a year.
  5. My friends will have been lying on the beach all holiday.

Correction exercice 2

  1. How long will we have been waiting for her by now?
  2. How long will they have been running?
  3. How long will she have been learning English?
  4. How long will they have been going out together?
  5. How long will he have been doing this?

Exercice temps anglais 6 (le futur perfect)

Exercice temps anglais 6 – le futur perfect

 

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Rappel: le futur perfect = I will have played

EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes au futur perfect:

  1. When you come home, I (cook)     dinner for you.
  2. They (wash)     the dishes by now.
  3. He (invite)     her for a coffee.
  4. In ten years’ time the house (fall)     into ruin.
  5. She (leave)     work for today.

Exercice 2

Faites des questions au futur perfect:

  1. (he/change)     at the right station?
  2. (you/write)     the letter by tomorrow?
  3. (she/accept)     his apology?
  4. (they/finish)     all their exams by July?
  5. (How far/we/run)     by then?

Correction exercice 1

  1. When you come home, I will have cooked dinner for you.
  2. They will have washed the dishes by now.
  3. He will have invited her for a coffee.
  4. In ten years’ time the house will have fallen into ruin.
  5. She will have left work for today.

Correction exercice 2

  1. Will he have changed at the right station?
  2. Will you have written the letter by tomorrow?
  3. Will she have accepted his apology?
  4. Will they have finished all their exams by July?
  5. How far will we have run by then?

 

Exercice temps anglais 5 (futur progressif)

Exercice temps anglais: le futur progressif

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EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur progressif:

  1. At this time tomorrow, we (fly)  to London.
  2. At nine o’clock, the baby (sleep) .
  3. Sam and Tony are on their way to Australia. They (surf)  this time tomorrow.
  4. I (give)  a speech at my friend’s wedding on Friday at seven.
  5. You (watch/probably)  TV when I get home.

Exercice 2

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur progressif:

  1. They (dance/not)  all night.
  2. We are late, he (wait/not)  for us anymore.
  3. She (study/not)  all night long.
  4. I (prepare/not)  everything for you any longer.
  5. You’re too slow, you (work/not/probably)  for this company anymore next year.

Exercice 3

Faites des questions au futur progressif:

  1. (What/you/do)  tomorrow evening?
  2. (How many people/drink)  beer at the party?
  3. (Tina/play)  the guitar at the performance?
  4. (Who/deal)  with the press release?
  5. (Where/you/stay)  when you’re in Paris?

Correction exercice 1

  1. At this time tomorrow, we will be flying to London.
  2. At nine o’clock, the baby will be sleeping.
  3. Sam and Tony are on their way to Australia. They will be surfing this time tomorrow.
  4. I will be giving a speech at my friend’s wedding on Friday at seven.
  5. You will probably be watching TV when I get home.

Correction exercice 2

  1. They will not be dancing all night.
  2. We are late, he will not be waiting for us anymore.
  3. She will not be studying all night long.
  4. I will not be preparing everything for you any longer.
  5. You’re too slow, you will probably not be working for this company anymore next year.

Correction exercice 3

  1. What will you be doing tomorrow evening?
  2. How many people will be drinking beer at the party?
  3. Will Tina be playing the guitar at the performance?
  4. Who will be dealing with the press release?
  5. Where will you be staying when you’re in Paris?

Exercice temps anglais 4 (futur simple going to)

Exercice temps anglais futur simple going to

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EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur going to:

  1. Mr Smith (sell)  his car.
  2. Our neighbours (spend)  their next holidays in China.
  3. I (move)  to another town.
  4. My husband (build)  a tree house for the kids.
  5. His friends (learn)  English.

Exercice 2

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur going to:

  1. I (tell/not)  you the secret.
  2. She (ring/not)   me.
  3. We (invite/not)  him to our party.
  4. Sam (work/not)  abroad.
  5. Her parents (lend/not)  her any more money.

Exercice 3

Faites des questions au futur going to:

  1. (you/help/me) ?
  2. (she/study/in London) ?
  3. (they/paint/the room) ?
  4. (he/apply/for that job) ?
  5. (what/you/do)  about this?

Correction exercice 1

  1. Mr Smith is going to sell his car.
  2. Our neighbours are going to spend their next holidays in China.
  3. I am going to move to another town.
  4. My husband is going to build a tree house for the kids.
  5. His friends are going to learn English.

Correction exercice 2

  1. I am not going to tell you the secret.
  2. She is not going to ring me.
  3. We are not going to invite him to our party.
  4. Sam is not going to work abroad.
  5. Her parents are not going to lend her any more money.

Correction exercice 3

  1. Are you going to help me?
  2. Is she going to study in London?
  3. Are they going to paint the room?
  4. Is he going to apply for the job?
  5. What are you going to do about this?

Exercice temps anglais 3 (le futur simple)

Exercice temps anglais: le futur simple

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EXERCICE 1

Mettez les verbes entre parenthèse au futur simple:

  1. (I/do/this/later)   
  2. (we/go shopping)  
  3. (the sun/shine)  
  4. (Simon/call/you)  
  5. (they/be/there)  

Exercice 2

Complétez les phrases au futur simple:

  1. It (rain/not)     tomorrow.
  2. I promise I (be/not)     late.
  3. We (start/not)     to watch the movie without you.
  4. The bus (wait/not)     for us.
  5. He (believe/not)     us.

Exercice 3

Faites des questions au futur simple:

  1. (what/learn/they)    ?
  2. (it/snow)    ?
  3. (when/you/get/home)    ?
  4. (she/forgive/me)    ?
  5. (what/say/he)    ?

Correction exercice 1

  1. I will do this later.
  2. We will go shopping.
  3. The sun will shine.
  4. Simon will call you.
  5. They will be there.

Correction exercice 2

  1. It will not rain tomorrow.
  2. I promise I will not be late.
  3. We will not start to watch the movie without you.
  4. The bus will not wait for us.
  5. He will not believe us.

Correction exercice 3

  1. What will they learn?
  2. Will it snow?
  3. When will you get home?
  4. Will she forgive me?
  5. What will he say?