Saturday, 20 March 2021

Important Tense Correction questions for Metric Exam Assam 2021 with previous years solution

 Important Tense Correction questions for Metric Exam Assam 2021 with previous years solution


Hello students, if you are scrolling to find the most possible questions of Tense correction for your metric examination, then yes you are in right place, in this blogpost we have solved all the questions of tense correction from previous years' HSLC questions paper including Question Bank question. I hope this will help in your Grammar preparation. Scroll down to get the most important questions of Tense correction. 


Important Tense Correction questions for Metric Exam Assam 2021 with previous years solution
Important Tense Correction questions for Metric Exam Assam 2021 


Use correct tense forms of the verbs given in brackets and rewrite the sentences: -                                                                           1X2=2

I. H.S.L.C. 2015 

a. The bell rang after we had finished our work. (finish)

b. Please ring me up as soon as he comes. (come)

II. H.S.L.C. 2016

a. It is time we went to bed. (go)

b. She behaves as if she knew everything. (know)

III. H.S.L.C. 2017

a. If it rains, we shall not go out. (rain)

b. We have known each other for the last ten years. 

IV. H.S.L.C. 2018

a. If I were you, I would not have called him again. (be)

b. The principal is not in his room. He has gone out. (go)

V. H.S.L.C. 2019

a. They have been living in Delhi for ten years. (live)

b. When he came, it was all over. (be)

c. He will stay here until you return. (stay)

VI. H.S.L.C. 2020

a. I had gone there before she went. (go)

b. Ten years have passed since I met you last. (pass)

c. When she came, I was writing a letter. (write)

VII. Additional:

1. It (rain) since eight o’clock this morning.

        It has been raining since eight o’clock this morning. 

2. I (have) my dinner an hour ago.

        I had my dinner an hour ago. 

3. When we went to his house, he (read) a book.

        When we went to his house, he was reading a book. 

4. She behaves as if she (know) everything. 

        She behaves as if she knew everything.

5. Socrates was (take) away to prison.

        Socrates was taken away to prison. 

6. She (go) to Shillong last month.

        She went to Shillong last month. 

7. If it (rain), I shall not go out.

        If it rains, I shall not go out. 

8. I (read) the book since morning. 

        I have been reading the book since morning. 

9. He (do) the work since Monday last. 

        He has been doing the work since Monday last. 

10. The work was (begin) a month ago. 

        The work was begun a month ago. 

11. He (leave) for Europe last Friday. 

        He left for Europe last Friday.

12. You (learn) English for six years now. 

        You have learnt English for six years now. 

13. He went out after he (lock) the door. 

        He went out after he had locked the door.

14. You (fail) unless you work hard. 

        You will fail unless you work hard. 

15. I have not seen him since we (leave) school. 

        I have not seen him since we have left school. 

16. As he was getting off the bus, he (fall) down. 

        As he was getting off the bus, he fell down. 

17. The show always (begin) at 6 P.M.

        The show always begins at 6 P.M.

18. He treated me as though I (be) a god. 

        He treated me as though I were a god. 

19. If you (neglect) your studies, you will fail.

        If you neglect your studies, you will fail. 

20. I (not meet) him for a week. 

        I have not met him for a week. 

21. The bus usually (arrive) here at 6 o’clock.

        The bus usually arrives here at 6 o’clock.

22. The lady slipped while she (climb) the steps. 

        The lady slipped while she was climbing the steps. 

23. If I (be) the member of the committee, I would not do such a mistake. 

        If I were the member of the committee, I would not do such a mistake. 

24. The moon disappears when the sun (rise). 

        The moon disappears when the sun rises. 

25. I (not meet) him for a year now. 

        I have not met him for a year now. 

26. My sister generally (go) to school on feet. 

        My sister generally goes to school on feet. 

27. He said that he (like) only coffee. 

        He said that he likes only coffee. 

28. I (not take) my breakfast yet. 

        I have not taken my breakfast yet. 

29. I heard that you (be) ill. 

        I heard that you were ill.

30. We (know) each other for many years. 

        We have known each other for many years. 

31. If you (invite) him, he will come. 

        If you invite him, he will come. 

32. She (wait) for you since early morning.

        She has been waiting for you since early morning. 

33. She talks as if she (know) everything.

        She talks as if she knew everything.

34. My sister (not drink) tea or coffee. 

        My sister does not drink tea or coffee. 

35. He (sleep) and cannot meet you. 

        He is sleeping and cannot meet you. 

36. We (live) here since 1980.

        We have been living here since 1980.

37. If rain continues, the match (postpone).

        If rain continues, the match will postpone.

38. One of my uncles (live) in Guwahati for ten years. 

       One of my uncles has been living in Guwahati for ten years. 

39. They went to college after I (return).

        They went to college after I had returned.

40. The construction of the road was (begin) a month ago.

        The construction of the road was begun a month ago. 

41. I could have helped you if I (be) present there. 

        I could have helped you if I were present there. 

42. Most of the soldiers (kill) in the battle.

        Most of the soldiers were killed in the battle.  

43. There (be) many stories about the invention of printing.

       There are many stories about the invention of printing.

44. I have known him since his boyhood. (know)

45. Milton said, “I am better to reign in hell than to serve in heaven.” (say)

46. I had my dinner before he arrived at our house.  (have)

47. We shall have finished our work by Monday next. (finish)

48. The boy is playing now, but he was sleeping an hour ago.  (Sleep)

I may mention, however, that I was none the worse for abstaining (abstain) from exercise. That was (be) I read (read) in books about the benefits of taking (take) long walks in the open air and liked (like) the advice, I had formed a habit of taking (take) walks.


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