Grammar Quiz

Present Continuous, Present Perfect and Used to Quiz


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They …………………. (drive) to work right now.

A. is driving

B. aren’t driving

C. are driving

D. driving


What verb tense is this:

I have done my homework.
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A. Present simple.

B. Present continuous.

C. Present perfect simple.

D. Present perfect continuous.


The birds …………… (sing).

A. sing

B. is singing

C. are singing

D. are not singing


Dad …………………. (not wash) his car today.

A. washing

B. is washing

C. isn’t washing

D. isn’t watching


If you go to live in the United Kingdom, you will have _____________________on the left.

A. to get used to drive

B. to get used to driving

C. to use driving

D. to be used to drive


My new job is exhausting,

A. I didn’t used to wake up at 5 am

B. I will used to getting up at 5am

C. I was used to get up at 5am

D. I’m not used to waking up at 5 am


Which sentence talks about a completed action in a indefinite time in the past?

A. I went to London in 2010.

B. I was in London in 2010.

C. I have been to London.

D. I went to London.


Hugh Jackman ________ playing Wolverine for 16 years.

A. have been

B. had been

C. has been

D. Uncle Ben


They …………… (clean) the whole house.

A. are clean

B. are cleans

C. are cleaned

D. are cleaning


___________ means something is becoming normal

A. used to

B. be used to

C. get used to

D. use


I think I (forget) _______________________________ to buy some bread

A. I think I has forgotten to buy some bread

B. I think I have forgot to buy some bread

C. I think I have forgotten to buy some bread

D. I think I has forgot to buy some bread


There’s no Chinese restaurant in my town now, but

A. there got used to being one

B. there didn’t use to be one

C. there used to be one

D. there was used to be one


Which sentence talks about something that started some time ago and it’s still going on?

A. I have played soccer for 2 hours

B. I have been playing soccer for 2 hours.

C. I played soccer 2 hours ago.

D. I used to play soccer.


_________________means something is normal, not unusual

A. used to

B. be used to

C. get used to

D. use


When I moved to Britain from Spain,

A. I didn’t use to drive on the left

B. I wasn’t used to driving on the left

C. I didn’t get used to driving on the left

D. I used to driving on the left


She ________________life in a foreign country.

A. is getting used to

B. used to

C. is used to

D. uses


Johnny Depp and the director Tim Burton ______ been working together for many years.

A. had

B. has

C. have

D. since


My sister …………… (watch) TV and I …………… (read) a great novel.

A. is watching / am reading

B. am watching / is reading

C. isn’t reading / isn’t watching

D. are watching / is reading


After the holidays it takes me a week ____________________ getting up early again.

A. to get used to

B. to be used to

C. to use to

D. to have to


After a year in the same job, now

A. I’ve got used to getting up at 5 am

B. I used to get up at 5 am

C. I’m used to get up at 5am

D. I didn’t use to get up at 5am


There _________________ an accident.

A. There has been an accident.

B. There have been an accident.

C. There has beed an accident.


My new job is exhausting,

A. I didn’t used to wake up at 5 am

B. I will used to getting up at 5am

C. I was used to get up at 5am

D. I’m not used to waking up at 5 am


She has been preparing for her exams _____ the last two months.

A. Since

B. For


I __________________ a student for five years. (be)

A. I have been a student for five years.

B. I has been a student for five years.

C. I have be a student for five years.

D. I have was a student for five years.


____________ means something happened or was true in the past, but no longer happens or is true

A. used to

B. get used to

C. be used to

D. use




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