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HOME > ENGLISH GRAMMAR EXERCISES > Auxiliary verbs 4

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ONLINE ENGLISH GRAMMAR QUIZ
topic: English auxiliary verbs (to be, to do, to have) 4 | level: Intermediate/Advanced



Choose the correct auxiliary verb to complete each sentence:


1. ________ he leave yesterday?
  Did
  Was
  Had

2. ________ you ever spoken to her before yesterday?
  Didn't
  Hadn't
  Weren't

3. ________ Robert call you?
  Did
  Had
  Were

4. ________ your grandparents from France?
  Didn't
  Hadn't
  Weren't

5. ________ they move to a new apartment?
  Hadn't
  Weren't
  Didn't

6. ________ you learning how to play guitar?
  Weren't
  Didn't
  Hadn't

7. ________ they taken an oath?
  Didn't
  Hadn't
  Weren't

8. ________ we have a good time?
  Wasn't
  Didn't
  Hadn't

9. ________ you seen the movie before last night?
  Didn't
  Wasn't
  Hadn't

10. ________ you feeling sick last week?
  Hadn't
  Weren't
  Didn't


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