Past Future Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises - Test 1



Completion count: 52


  • 1. What in the world would he have been going to Montreal for, at this time of year? (what in the world/he/go/?)
  • 2. They did not know that I was ill, did they, or they wouldn't have been dancing, poor little things? (not/dance)
  • 3. It would have been breaking my contract in the spirit, though not actually in the letter. (break)
  • 4. In another month I would have had control of the men, and the property a good dividend. (pay)
  • 5. To avoid this, sail was kept on the ship, though, under any other circumstances, with an open sea before her, she under bare poles. (run)
  • 6. If Bolton had not turned back to buy the basket, he a house on which masons were working at the very moment when a ladder, carelessly placed against it, happened to fall with a crash. (not/pass)
  • 7. There are women to whom all this warfare , but it was not so to Lee. (divert)
  • 8. She was pretty nearly certain that some one the younger one when the younger one would have been needing that thing. (protect)
  • 9. The poor creature was in a high fever, and to grant her request her to her death. (send)
  • 10. If there had been, this house here empty all these years. (not/stand)
  • 11. It fair. (not/fight)
  • 12. If it had been like the one that fell in Siberia a few years ago, or the one that made the Winslow crater in Arizona-we about it. (not/talk)
  • 13. If she had been a little Quaker girl she of her sins, and making new resolves. (think)
  • 14. If they wanted to send me a message, it for me at Kingston. (wait)
  • 15. Did he then waste his time in what would seem wild imagination, when a more practically minded boy for work? (apply)
  • 16. in accordance with his conscience to overlook her wily artifice? (it/act/?)
  • 17. In another ten minutes, I suppose, odds and ends of chicken in the air. (fly)
  • 18. Who would have thought such ideas through so young a head. (run)
  • 19. My geographical knowledge of that country in its most important particular. (want)
  • 20. If there had been any firing, I about by the Tibetan flank without a revolver in my hand. (not/wander)


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