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Saturday, 23 October 2021

33. English grammar exercise (flee) 23-10-2021 QUESTIONS

 fleefledfled - uciekać.


Present continues.


Am I fleening from the war-torn area?

Are you fleening from the war-torn area?

Is he fleening from the war-torn area? 

Is she fleening from the war-torn area?

Is it fleening from the war-torn area?

Are we fleening from the war-torn area?

Are you fleening from the war-torn area?


Are they fleening from the war-torn area? (active voice)

Is the war-torn area being fled by they? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do I flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Do you flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Does he flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Does she flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Does it flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Do we flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Do you flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?

Do they flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service?


Does he flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service? (active voice)
Is military service fled by him?  (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did I flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did you flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did he flee to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did she fled to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did it fled to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did we fled to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did you fled to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?

Did they fled to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month?


Did they fled to Costa Rica to avoid military service last month? (active voice)
Was military service fled last month by them? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will I flee to my house when I meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will you flee to your house when you meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will he flee to his house when he meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will she flee to her house when she meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will It flee to its house when It meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will we flee to our house when we meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will you flee to your house when you meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?

Will they flee to their house when they meet somebody with a knife on a empty street at night?


Will they flee to their house? (active voice)
Will their house be fled? (passive voice)


First conditional
(if + present simple + future simple).

If he doesn't afreid and flee he'll be dead.


Second conditional (If I were)
(if + past simple + would).

If he didn't flee he would be dead.


Present perfect.


How many time have I fled form you this year?

How many time have you fled form me this year?

How many time has he fled form her this year?

How many time has she fled form him this year?

How many time has it fled form its this year?

How many time have we fled form you this year?

How many time have they fled form us this year?


Has he fled from her this week? (active voice)
Has she been fled by him this week? (passive voice)


Past continues
(was/were + present participle +ing).


Was I fleeing from responsibility in this time? (active voice)

Was responsibility being fled in this time?  (passive voice)


Past continues (2)
(past continues + when + past simple)


Was I fleeing from responsibility when I was young?


Past continues (3)
(past continues + while + past continues)


Was I fleeing from responsibility while I was being in the difficult situation?