About Our Past Perfect Continuous Worksheets
This page is a great resource if you are looking for worksheets and activities for the past perfect continuous tense. There are
25 unique Past Perfect Progressive worksheets
available. This tense is rather challenging so reserve it for your intermediate students who have a clear understanding of the simple, perfect, and continuous tenses. There are worksheets that focus on just the past perfect continuous tense as well as combination worksheets, presentations, and activities.
This presentation is sixteen slides long
and includes not only a review of the past simple tense and an introduction of the past perfect continuous but also some practice activities that your students can complete as a class. This approach may not be the best for your class but there are other worksheets to choose from so be sure to take your time exploring this section. There are many other sections too so be sure to come back when you need more worksheets or ideas.
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A thorough revision of past tenses and narrative tenses, with concept checking and practice. Here, students revise their knowledge of past tenses (simple, continuous and perfect), check functional ...
In this worksheet learners are asked to fill in a story about Tom, with illustrations to facilitate them write the words needed and also to put the verbs in brackets in the the right past tense. I ...
Here you'll find some cards including information about St Patrick's day. All of them are taken from history sources. It is very useful should you prepare a history and culture class about Ireland ...
This is Jeopardy-style presentation based on the New Matrix course book for Intermediate ESL learners. Themes: Body language, Present Perfect / Present Perfect Continuous / American vs. British E ...
This worksheet contains the explanation of the past perfect contionuous tense and some exercises for its drilling (which I prefer to be done in pairs) like matching, completing/finishing the sente ...
This worksheet has different types of exercises such as a cloze text, finding mistakes, actives or passives as well as an answer key in the end. It covers all tenses and students have spend time o ...
This is a worksheet for teaching the differences between the past perfect and past perfect continuous at pre-intermediate level. There are 3 different activities in which students are asked ...
This is a worksheet for revising the past perfect continuous at intermediate level. There are 3 activities in which students are asked to put the verbs in brackets into the past perfect conti ...
This PPT contains rules of usage of all the past tenses including examples for each situation. With the help of these sentenses you can elicit these rules from your students if they are upper-inte ...
This is a 2-page worksheet for teaching or revising the past perfect continuous.There are 4 different activities in which students are asked to complete the sentences with the correct form of the ...
It's a multiple-choice test in 10 variants to check your students' knowledge of different verb tenses. It enables the teacher to avoid cheating during the test. The test gives students the opportu ...
It's Halloween season. If your students are fed up with pumpkins and costume parties, maybe they will be interested in reading a spooky story. However, they will have to complete it by choosing th ...
Looking for new fun activities to review the Past Perfect Progressive? Here's our latest reference poster from the 'Grammar' series that contains 7 short activities that your students will adore! ...
Students have to fill in the blanks with correct answer based on the questions given.They also must rewrite the following affirmative statements as questions, negative statements, negative questio ...
This is a 15 question activity about the movie Knowing, starring Nicholas Cage. Its main topics are the paranormal, the Apocalypse, the end of the world, etc. The questions are designed to get the ...
This is a worksheet contrasting the past perfect and the past perfect continuous tense. There are 4 pages with different activities in which students are asked to fill in the blank spaces with th ...
A famous song by Depeche Mode can be used to illustrate the usage of Present Perfect Continuous or Past Perfect Continuous. After listening, filling in the gaps and some singing, give the student ...
There are a number of bizarre situations that your students are involved in that they have to explain what happened and why they were in this situation. For example ''Tom was seen running down the ...
This is a grammar worksheet aimed at practising the use of Past Simple and Past Perfect Continuous. It includes two exercises. First, students have to make up a sentence using the given expression ...
This worksheet is aimed at intermediate students who have just learned this tense and need some exercises to practice it. Here are 15 sentences. Hope the exercise will be useful.
This worksheet was created to check your students' knowledge in the usage of Past Tenses. There are 22 sentences - some are short and rather easy, others are quite long and difficult and therefore ...
A short test consisting of 15 sentences with words in the brackets, that have to be changed into suitable tenses.
It's a great exercise to see if students can distinguish the uses of the simple past, past perfect and past perfect continous. It is a kind of mixed past tenses exercises. Hope other teachers fin ...
Students use the pictures to make Present Perfect Continuous sentences
30 minutes activity for groupwork. Present Perfect Simple and Continious, Past Simple.
To play a board game by talking about given topics.
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