Future Perfect Simple Tense Negative Form Exercises - Quiz 1



  • 1. Undoubtedly some such method will be followed-with those essential industries that won't already have become collective property under capitalism. (already/become)
  • 2. You may have forgotten my hand, but you won't have forgotten me. (forget)
  • 3. It won't have escaped the careful reader that in following out our subject we have sometimes been brought into contact with manifestations which scarcely seem to come within any definition of pain. (escape)
  • 4. School tests won't have been used to their utmost possibilities until optician and physician alike take the ethical position that the first consideration is the patient's welfare, not their own profits. (be)
  • 5. Whether divine or of what origin I by that night's prank of mine. (judge)
  • 6. This will give you about the date of my first visit (of any duration) to England; for you the commotion-I may even say the scandal-produced by Mark Ambient's masterpiece. (forget)
  • 7. Smith; a few will remember the noble horse which performed the service I have ascribed to Roger; and the descendants of a certain family some of the pranks of Joe and Jake Fairthorn. (forget)
  • 8. A legislator difficulty in making the Indians bathe in the Ganges at certain seasons of the moon; it is a great pleasure for them. (have)
  • 9. For I know that if my regime is observed as I request that it be, you will show it, and if you neglect to follow my advice you the progress you should, and will show that. (make)
  • 10. I fear my stepson time to get to Paris; he was overwhelmed with occupation, and is already on his voyage back. (find)
  • 11. The foregoing pages their aim unless their readers have become sufficiently interested in the developments of industrial chemistry to desire to pursue the subject further in some of its branches. (achieve)
  • 12. So long as such conditions as these continue in our country, sanitation as a manifestation of patriotism its perfect work, and the stars and stripes of our flag will lack somewhat of their rightful luster. (do)
  • 13. I hope to goodness they her. (forget)
  • 14. We hope that our feeble efforts to rescue the memory of this brave seaman from sinking into oblivion in vain, and that his name may find an honourable place with others who have died in the performance of their duty. (be)
  • 15. This series of romances the reader to a knowledge of the history of manners and culture in Egypt, but will have facilitated his comprehension of certain dominant ideas which stirred the mind of the Ancients. (only/introduce)
  • 16. It such a desperate sacrifice after all, eh, dear? (be)
  • 17. Send the other clerk to fetch Dr. Edwardes at once, he on his rounds yet. (start)
  • 18. La Signora Gambara her time if she has gained the interest of a gentleman so generous as you appear to be. (waste)
  • 19. She the Tuileries, the house of the kings, in order to be obliged to inform on her return those to whom it justly belongs that there is no longer any room for them under the roof which their fathers have built. (enter)
  • 20. You more than an hour. (lose)


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