Verb Tense Agreement Exercises

Check the following sentences for confused shifts in voltage. If the tension of each underlined verb expresses exactly the temporal relationship, write S (satisfactory). If a voltage move is not appropriate, impose U (unsatisfactory) and make the necessary changes. In most cases with an inappropriate lag, there is more than one way to correct inconsistency. By reading the sentences, you can see time differences. 5. I always look at value”watch” >sah the Firecrackers, and my favorite warvalue character” was >isFred. 2. When I`ve lived in the U.S., I always eat value-eat >ate Dinner at the Cheesecake Factory. 4. I rekordevalue”record” > notes and scanvalue-scan > transcripts scanned in the student center. ___ 4.

At the beginning of the negotiations, many pessimists expressed doubts about this. ___ 7. The moderator asks questions as soon as the speaker is ready. ___ 11. The boy insisted that he paid for the candy. ___ 10. Scientists predict that the sun will die in the distant future. ___ 6. I was terribly disappointed with my grade because I studied very hard.

_ ___ 9. Harry wants to show his friends the pictures he took last summer. 3. I govalue`go”>ve been to the gym and worked on the “worked out” >work out every Saturday. ___ 12. The doctor offered rest for the patient who suffers from a severe cold. ___ 3. Thousands of people will see the art exhibition when it closes.

___ 2. When Barbara cashed in her lenses, the phone rang. ___ 1. If the association limits its membership, it will have to increase its contributions. ___ 5. After visiting Alaska on his third voyage, Captain James Cook was killed by Hawaiian islanders in 1779.