Grammar Quiz

Aspect or tenses of Verbs Quiz


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David has been living in Raleigh, North Carolina.

A. Simple

B. Progressive

C. Perfect

D. Perfect progressive


Which is NOT an example of Progressive Verb Aspect

A. may be laughing

B. was laughing

C. has laughed

D. might have been laughing


Definition for a Progressive Verb Aspect

A. Just the verb in the proper tense (past, present, future)

B. Helping verb + verb + “ing”

C. “have” “has” or “had” + verb

D. Gerund (verb + “ing” but used as a Noun)


Progressive Verb Aspect

A. is running

B. had run

C. runs

D. have run


Liza and Lulu just went to the pet shop.

A. simple present

B. simple past

C. simple future


We are all stewards of creation.

A. simple present,

B. simple past

C. simple future


Dr. Jones was lecturing about grammar.

A. Simple

B. Progressive

C. Perfect

D. Perfect progressive


Which is Not an example of Perfect Progressive Aspect?

A. has been crying

B. had been laughing

C. will have been dancing

D. has happened


I _______________ my dinner right now.

A. eat

B. will eat

C. am eating

D. has been eaten


Simple Verb Aspect does NOT have a helping verb, unless that helping verb is “will” which is used for which tense?

A. Past tense

B. Present tense

C. Future tense

D. Perfect Aspect


Which is NOT an example of Progressive Verb Aspect

A. may be laughing

B. was laughing

C. has laughed

D. might have been laughing


What aspect of verb is the highlighted word in the sentence?

I am feeling good today.

A. Simple

B. Progressive

C. Perfect


Which of the following is NOT an example of Perfect Verb Aspect?

A. had run

B. have run

C. has run

D. will run


The fans __________________ when the game finally started.

A. have cheered

B. cheered

C. cheer

D. were cheering


What aspect of verb is the highlighted word in the sentence?

I danced at the ball.

A. Simple

B. Progressive

C. Perfect


He has been running to inspire other athletes with disabilities.

A. Simple Aspect

B. Progressive Aspect

C. Perfect Aspect

D. Perfect Progressive Aspect


What verb completes the sentence below?

Dina __________ the mass yesterday.

A. attends

B. will attend

C. attended


They will buy food for their pets.

A. simple present

B. simple past

C. simple future


That dress has seen better days.

A. Simple

B. Progressive

C. Perfect

D. Perfect progressive


How to construct a Perfect Progressive Aspect

A. Just the verb in the proper tense (past, present, future)

B. have, has, or had + been + verb-ing

C. to be verb + verb-ing

D. has, have, or had + past participle of the verb




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