Mixed Tenses Advanced Level Test – Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 4

Mixed Tenses Advanced Level Test - Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 4

This fourth gap fill test contains 25 multiple choice questions on the topic of mixed verb tenses (present-past-future) of English grammar. Both English learners and ESL teachers can use this online exercise as a revision to check the knowledge of English tenses.
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12 thoughts on “Mixed Tenses Advanced Level Test – Quiz (Online Exercise With Answers) 4”

  1. Thanks for this superb grammar test! I have benefited a great deal from this. Indeed, it’s one of the toughest tests that I have ever taken online. I have realized that my grammar skill isn’t adequate. English is not my first language, though. lol.

    Once again, thank you and keep up the good work!

    • It is not obligatory to use “a” with this phrase. However, it is optional to use it. The explanation below is taken from Longman Dictionary.

      disappear/vanish/sink without (a) trace (=disappear completely, without leaving any sign of what happened)
      – The plane vanished without a trace.

    • It is not a general fact. The verb “fear” is a state verb, so we do not use it with continuous tenses. “The young soldier is afraid of = fears that he will be killed in the battle.

    • There is no problem with this question. “Because/since my roommate hadn’t come yet (first action), Mrs Stanton showed me all around the dormitory (second action).

    • What is not clear?
      – The peace which Istanbul once knew, has been swept away. = The peace which Istanbul once experienced, has been destroyed.

      The verb “know” in this sentence means “to have experience of a particular feeling or situation” and “sweep away” means “to completely destroy something or make something disappear”.

      Another example: She felt that her husband was getting closer and closer to death. After quietly saying a prayer, her heart knew some peace and she was willing to rely on God in facing whatever was to happen next.


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