Grammar Quiz

Time Phrases Quiz


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I play football __ Saturday afternoon.

A. at

B. on


Which word means: “in the end”?

A. eventually

B. actually

C. finally


Which word means: “at the same time”?

A. as well as

B. same

C. meanwhile


Which sentence is correct?
IN RECENT YEARS

A. In recent years I learn a lot of new things.

B. In recent years I’m learning a lot of new things.

C. In recent years I’ve learned a lot of new things.


Which word means: “a period of ten years”?

A. a century

B. a decade

C. a short while


She never sleeps ______ the day

A. at

B. on

C. during

D. by


I’ll move to Germany _______ summer.

A. at

B. next

C. tomorrow

D. at


Which sentence is correct?
FROM TIME TO TIME

A. From time to time I eat fast food, but not often.

B. From time to time I’m eating fast food, but not often.

C. From time to time I’ve eaten fast food, but not often.


I spent all afternoon water skiing. …, I slept for two hours!

A. After

B. Afterwards


Which sentence is correct?
SO FAR

A. I complete 15 tasks so far. There are 5 more to go.

B. I’m completing 15 tasks so far. There are 5 more to go.

C. I have completed 15 tasks so far. There are 5 more to go.


… I had checked in, we did some shopping at the airport

A. After

B. Afterwards


They are getting married ____ 21st May

A. in

B. at

C. always

D. on


… I was reading on the beach, an old woman tried to sell me some new sunglasses.

A. While

B. During


We have english classes ___ Monday and ___ Friday

A. on, on

B. in, on

C. for, during

D. on, always


Which sentence is correct?
SEVERAL TIMES A MONTH

A. I visit my grandparents several times a month.

B. I’m visiting my grandparents several times a month.

C. I’ve been visiting my grandparents several times a month.


Which of these is the time phrase?
By noon, all the runners were finished.

A. By noon

B. All the runners

C. The runners

D. Were finished


Which word means: “immediately after”?

A. eventually

B. as soon as

C. sooner


Which sentence is correct?
RIGHT NOW

A. I stay with my parents right now, until the renovation is finished.

B. I’m staying with my parents right now, until the renovation is finished.

C. I’ve stayed with my parents right now, until the renovation is finished.


Which word means: “next”?

A. then

B. a short while

C. in the end


… the flight to the USA, I watched four films

A. During

B. While




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