Past Perfect Continuous Tense Question Form Exercises - Test 1

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  • 1. Had he been dreaming, he wondered a moment later, or had that strange smile indeed curved her lips, that marvellous light indeed flowed from her eyes? (he/dream)
  • 2. And how had he been thinking about her? (how/he/think)
  • 3. Where had she been going to that night? (where/she/go)
  • 4. their loving, anxious hearts about Bonny Laddie, and lo! (they all/not/break)
  • 5. ever since? (towards what abyss/he/travel)
  • 6. Then about it again? (why/she/think)
  • 7. that Philip had tortured him? (he/think)
  • 8. for the explanation-the explanation that Henry feared? (he/too/look)
  • 9. that made her look so scared at his appearance? (what/she/plot)
  • 10. her into these conjugal proprieties? (they/lecture)
  • 11. in my sleep? (I/walk)
  • 12. and heard all? (the foreman of the Bar T/listen)
  • 13. in a dream? (he/live)
  • 14. it about with him? (how long/he/carry)
  • 15. Shirley, and would she have liked him to play Louis Moore? (she/read)
  • 16. Had she a father and mother who loved her, and perhaps brothers and sisters-and so quietly in the arms of the great rock? (how long/she/sleep)
  • 17. all the afternoon? (he/dream)
  • 18. too much with Miss Ardle or the coy Miss Penny? (he/talk)
  • 19. about the monk and his gesture of warning? (they/not/talk)
  • 20. meridians the wrong way? (they/cut)

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