2. I played tennis for two hours yesterday and now my arm . 3. My daughter feels very hot. I think she’s got a. 4. My throat hurts because I can’t stop . 5. I shouted a lot at the concert and now I’ve got a(n) . 6. I had a dive for 20 minutes yesterday, and hours later it resulted in . 7. I’ve eaten too much and I think I’m going to ...
We played tennis yesterday. We played ___ two hours. during for since. Newer Post Older Post Home
1-Ali played tennis well for two hours yesterday. 2-Ali played tennis for two hours yesterday. 3-Ali played tennis yesterday. 4-a)Moosa spent four days in Damascus last February. b) They spent a night in Wadi Rum last year. c) Moosa stayed for a few days in Kuwait. d) They stayed for a few hours last year. Rule: After do – did – does, the infinitive comes
I play tennis every week. Present Continuous. I’m playing tennis now. Present Perfect. I have just played tennis. Present Perfect Continuous. I have been playing tennis for 2 hours. Past Simple. I played tennis yesterday. Past Continuous. I was playing tennis the whole evening. Past Perfect. I had played tennis before you came. Past Perfect ...
A. play B. played C. playing. I was _____ tennis for two hours yesterday. I _____ tennis for two hours yesterday. I _____ tennis every Monday for two hours. While I was _____ tennis, it started to rain. I was _____ tennis when it started to rain. C. B. A. C. C
He played tennis for three hours yesterday. is the most straightforward and correct phrasing. "Was playing" doesn't work without changes. However, possible with changes are: When I came yesterday to the court, he had been playing tennis for three hours. [past perfect indicating previous action---Musical Creativities in Practice - Page 116
Change each SIMPLE PRESENT or PRESENT CONTINUOUS sentence into a PRESENT PERFECT CONTINOUS sentence: Example: I play tennis. /two years/. I have been playing tennis for two years. 1. I live here. /three years/ -- I here for three years. 2. My cousins are traveling. /two months/ -- My cousins for two months. 3.
Past continuous: I was playing tennis all morning Future continuous: I’ll be playing tennis next week Present perfect: I’ve already played tennis Past perfect: I’d played tennis when they came back. Future perfect: I’ll have played tennis until it won't rain Present perfect continuous: I’ve been playing tennis for three hours Past ...
Ejemplos: They played tennis for two hours. They didn't play tennis for two hours. She arrived late. She didn't arrive late. Jane swam in the river. She didn't swim in the river. Os presento aquí una pequeña lista de algunos verbos irregulares con su pasado simple. Intentad recordarlos:
How long did you play tennis yesterday morning? (for two hours) 7. How did you go to school last month? (by bicycle) Lớp 8 Tiếng anh Luyện tập tổng hợp. 2. 0.