Tag

Past Perfect Continuous

James had been doing homework for two hours before Brendan visited.

  • Dice sentence activity

    Any tenses can be used. It is to practice forming sentences

  • What Had Happened? Past Perfect Game

    Students compete to create the best/funniest explanation for past tense situations using past perfect tense.

  • One piece worksheet past perfect

    In this activity the Children will make a worksheet with ''past perfect'' sentences.

  • Verb Sugoroku (JHS)

    A flexible board game where students change sentences based on target grammar point.

  • Have you...? Talking with an exchange student

    Students roleplay introducing a foreign exchange student to their school. They ask and answer questions using "Have you / Have you ever" and "I have been / I have(n't).

  • Were you collecting cards?

    Card collecting activity based on grammar point 'Was/Were/Yes, I was/No, I wasn't' and past tense verbs.

  • New Crown 2 - Lesson 1 Get Part 2 + Game

    Review of Lesson 1 part 1 followed by introduction of Present Perfect Continuous Question form

  • Tic-Tac-Toe ( Present Perfect Continuous Version)

    This activity was slightly modified from rebvandev`s original activity which was made for the 1st Grade JHS grammar point. The instructions are the same as the original activity.

  • Tenses of the Verb Practice

    The verbs in this PPT are from the back of the NEW CROWN 3 English textbook.

  • Sentence Making Relay

    Students try to make passive sentences from sheets over paper located on the walls of the classroom.

    1. righteousrose April 5, 2021

      Does this category count as past perfect continuous or present perfect continuous? By definition, its more the latter, no?

    2. Jake W April 5, 2021

      To be honest, I always get this grammar point mixed up with Present Perfect! Is there a good way to tell the difference between them?

    3. Charles April 6, 2021

      You can tell the difference between the "past perfect continuous" and "present perfect continuous" with the tense of the auxiliary verb have.

      had= past perfect continuous
      have= present perfect continuous

      However, I just discovered that the present perfect continuous tag is not in the tag list.

    4. RedPhoenix April 13, 2021

      Maybe all of these should be under present/past perfect tense category instead of the continuous/progressive?

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