Seeking resources to practice using English tenses
Thread poster: Iulian Prodan
Iulian Prodan
Romania
Local time: 11:31
English to Romanian
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Mar 24, 2014

Hi,

I think I'm level C1 - C2 in English, but I still have to fully clarify the usage of tenses.

Do you know any complicated exercises/tests on tenses? I'm searching the most complicated ones, and combined for all tenses.

I'm currently reviewing the grammar, and in Murphy's and Hewings grammar books it is quite easy, because you have the rule and then the exercise to apply it which makes it fairly intuitive.

If you know any website, book... I've tried exam simulations such as Cambridge, but they have limited questions on tenses.

Many thanks


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Jack Doughty  Identity Verified
United Kingdom
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Russian to English
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Single test Mar 25, 2014

This is a punctuation test but it's also about tenses:

Punctuate this sentence:

john where jim had had had had had had had had had had had a better reception from the examiners

I'll post the answer later if you need it!


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