Past Perfect Continuous Tense Exercises - Quiz 1

  • 1. We hadn't been flying long in 1904 before we found that the problem of equilibrium had not as yet been entirely solved. (not/fly)
  • 2. With what incredible recklessness had he been acting all these months! (with what incredible recklessness/he/act/?)
  • 3. That was the information I had been hoping for. (hope)
  • 4. about all day? (what/he/think/?)
  • 5. I for two days. (travel)
  • 6. They since the beginning of time. (fall)
  • 7. A cow to him. (call)
  • 8. He loud but he lowered his voice still more. (not/talk)
  • 9. there five hours? (I/write/?)
  • 10. It was what he at. (drive)
  • 11. Obviously she to the conversation. (listen)
  • 12. It was what she . (expect)
  • 13. They thus for weeks. (pass)
  • 14. That was what I for. (wait)
  • 15. They very fast when he fell off. (not/go)
  • 16. I asked him if he . (not/dream)
  • 17. there? (how long/she/stand/?)
  • 18. He for nothing. (not/think)
  • 19. The conversation about the departure for the last hour. (go on)
  • 20. She simply of his disease. (speak)

Online Mixed Past Perfect Progressive Tense (had been -ing) Activities

847 past perfect continuous exercises in 42 tests. Practice past perfect continuous tense online, complete the sentences using correct forms, check your answers interactively. Improve your English grammar with the ESL activities about mixed past perfect progressive tense (had been -ing). The first past perfect continuous tests are easier and suitable for kids, beginner (A1), elementary (A2) and pre-intermediate (B1) learners.