Ahem. What are you doing, fellas? How was your fasting and iftar today? Or how was your Monday in general so far? :)
Anyway, did you know that you can test your grammar and mastery of tenses by looking at how you answer a question in complete sentence? :)
Don’t believe me? Let’s see from the questions I asked earlier:
- Q1. What are you doing, fellas?
- Q2. How was your Monday in general so far?
Here’s how you should answer those 2 questions in complete sentence:
“@miratssss: (Q1) I’m studying. (Q2) Today wasn’t bad.”
Q1 is in Present Continuous/ Progressive Tense, and Q2 is in Past Simple Tense. And that is why the answers should be in the same tenses. :)
While you’re doing what you’re doing, let’s do this simple #EngQuiz. What you have to do is answer the questions using complete sentence. :)
- What have you done so far today?
- Where are you now?
- What will you be doing tomorrow afternoon?
- How do you usually go to school or work?
- Who did you meet yesterday?
- When are you going to go back to your hometown for ‘pulang kampung’?
- What will you do if you have 10 million dollars?
- What skill have you been working on up to today?
- What were your neighbors doing when you had your dinner tonight?
- What had you done before we started this #EngQuiz?
- What will you have done by 11.00 tonight?
- Andy looked so tired when I saw him this morning. What do you think Andy had been doing?
- Tell me one activity that you will have been doing for five years by the end of this year?
- @KeyrenSharon: I have done lots of work. So tireddddddd
- “@PatriciaTriz: I am at my friend’s house.”
- @DekResty: I will be having statistics class tomorrow afternoon.
- @dhanie2403: I usually go to school by public transport.
- “@mochibrahim: I met my close friends yesterday.”
- “@tionovita: I am going to go back to my hometown for pulang kampung in December.” <– Future Simple with ‘be going to + V1’
- “@Fxxxx13: I will travel the world.”
- “@falsfalsss: I have been working on my English skills.”
- “@dalewas: They were doing nothing suspicious, I suppose.”
- “@ollapuspaa: I had just finished tarawih.”
- “@riska_chan: I will have finished washing the dishes by 11 tonight.”
- “@mochibrahim: I am pretty sure that Andy had been chasing some burglars.”
- “@meriiina: I will have been learning Spanish for five years by the end of this year.”
Great job, everyone! If you ever need to learn about tenses again, go to this link @EnglishTips4U Search Results: tense or search the net. :)