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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?

Friday, 22 October 2021

32. English grammar exercise (find) 22-10-2021 POSITIVE

 findfoundfound - znajdywać.



Present continues.


I can't talk because I'm finding mushroom now.

You can't talk because you're finding mushroom now.

He can't talk because he's finding mushroom now.

She can't talk because he's finding mushroom now.

It can't talk because it's finding mushroom now.

We can't talk because we're finding mushroom now.

You can't talk because you're finding mushroom now.

They can't talk because they're finding mushroom now.


I'm finding mushrooms now. (active voice)
The mushrooms are being found now.  (passive voice)


Present simple.


I find a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

You find a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

He finds a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

She finds a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

It  finds a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

We find a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

You find a lot of mushrooms every autumn.

They find a lot of mushrooms every autumn.


I find a lot of mushrooms every autumn. (active voice)
A lot of mushrooms are found every autumn. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

You found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

He found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

She found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

It found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

We found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

You found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.

They found a lot of mushrooms yesterday.


I found a lot of mushrooms yesterday. (active voice)
A lot of mushrooms were found yesterday. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

You'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

He'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

She'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

It'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

We'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

You'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.

They'll find many mushrooms tomorrow.


They'll find many mushrooms tomorrow. (active voice)
Many mushrooms will be found tomorrow. (passive voice)


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

If I have happiness, I'll find a lot of mushrooms tomorrow.

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

If I were ill tomorrow I wouldn't go to find mushrooms.


Present perfect.


I've found many mushrooms this week.

You've found many mushrooms this week.

He's found many mushrooms this week.

She's found many mushrooms this week.

It's found many mushrooms this week.

We've found many mushrooms this week.

You've found many mushrooms this week.

They've found many mushrooms this week.


I've found many mushrooms this week. (active voice)
Many mushrooms have been found this week. (passive voice)


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


I was finding my sock in the morning. (active voice)
My sock was being found in the morning. (passive voice)


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


When I got up in the morning I was finding my sock.


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


 I was finding my sock while my Boss was calling to me to ask me where I'm.

Thursday, 21 October 2021

31. English grammar exercise (fight) 21-10-2021 NEGATIVE

fightfoughtfought - walczyć.


Present continues.


I'm not fighting with my friends.

You aren't fighting with your friends.

He isn't fighting with his friends.

She isn't fighting with her friends.

It isn't fighting with its friends.

We aren't fighting with our friends.

You aren't fighting with your friends.

They aren't fighting with their friends.


They aren't fighting with their friends. (active voice)
They friends aren't being fought. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I don't fight against my friends.

You don't fight against your friends.

He doesn't fight against his friends.

She doesn't fight against her friends.

We don't fight against our friends.

You don't fight against your friends.

They don't fight against their friends.


They don't fight against their friends. (active voice)
My friends aren't fought. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I didn't fight against low taxes last year.

You didn't fight against low taxes last year.

He didn't fight against low taxes last year.

She didn't fight against low taxes last year.

It didn't fight against low taxes last year.

We didn't fight against low taxes last year.

You didn't fight against low taxes last year.

They didn't fight against low taxes last year.


They didn't fight against low taxes last year. (active voice)
Low taxes weren't fought last year. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I won't be fight against my enemy.

You won't be fight against your enemy.

He won't be fight against his enemy.

She won't be fight against her enemy.

It won't be fight against its enemy.

We won't be fight against our enemy.

You won't be fight against your enemy.

They won't be fight against their enemy.


They won't be fight against their enemy tomorrow. (active voice)
Their enemy won't  be fought tomorrow. (passive voice)


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

If I fight I won't lost.


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

If you fought, you'd win.


Present perfect.


I haven't fought about the thing this month.

You haven't fought about the thing this month.

He hasn't fought about the thing this month.

She hasn't fought about the thing this month.

It hasn't fought about the thing this month.

We haven't fought about the thing this month.

You haven't fought about the thing this month.

They haven't fought about the thing this month.


I haven't fought about the thing this month. (active voice)
This has been fought about  this month. (passive voice)


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


He wasn't fighting with friend yesterday after the school. (active voice)
The friend wasn't being fought. (passive voice)


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


He wasn't fighting with his friend when they finished lesson.


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


He was fighting with his friend while second friend trying to separate them.

Wednesday, 20 October 2021

30. English grammar exercise (feel) 20-10-2021 QUESTIONS

feelfeltfelt - czuć.


Present continues.

Am I feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Are you feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Is he feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Is she feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Is it feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Are we feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Are you feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?

Are they feeling unpleasant smells at the moment?


Are they feeling unpleasant smells at the moment? (active voice)

Are unpleasant smells being felt at the moment? (passive voice)


Present simple.

Do I always feel unpleasant smells when I'm in this place?

Do you always feel unpleasant smells when you're in this place?

Does he always feel unpleasant smells when he's in this place?

Does she always feel unpleasant smells when she's in this place?

Does It always feel unpleasant smells when It's in this place?

Do we always feel unpleasant smells when we're in this place?

Do you always feel unpleasant smells when you're in this place?

Do they always feel unpleasant smells when they're in this place?


Do they always feel unpleasant smells when they're in this place? (active voice)

Are unpleasant smells felt in this place? (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did I feel it last time?

Did you feel it last time?

Did he feel it last time?

Did she feel it last time?

Did it feel it last time?

Did we feel it last time?

Did you feel it last time?

Did they feel it last time?


Did they feel it last time? (active voice)

Was it felt last time? (passive voice)



Future simple.


Will I feel it tomorrow?

Will you feel it tomorrow?

Will he feel it tomorrow?

Will she feel it tomorrow?

Will it feel it tomorrow?

Will we feel it tomorrow?

Will you feel it tomorrow?

Will they feel it tomorrow?


Will I feel it tomorrow? (active voice)

Will it be felt tomorrow? (passive voice)


First conditional

(if + present simple + future simple).


If I feel a great pain I will take the medicine.


Second conditional (If I were)

(if + past simple + would).


If I felt a great pain I would take a lot of medicynes.


Present perfect.


How many times have I felt it this week?

How many times have you felt it this week?

How many times has he felt it this week?

How many times has she felt it this week?

How many times has It felt it this week?

How many times have we felt it this week?

How many times have you felt it this week?

How many times have they felt it this week?


How many times have they felt it this week? (active voice)

How many times has it been felt?  (passive voice)



Past continues

(was/were + present participle +ing).


Was he feeling his dirty socks yesterday in the evening? (active voice)

Were his dirty socks being felt yesterday in the evening? (passive voice)


Past continues (2)

(past continues + when + past simple)


He was feeling his dirty socks yesterday when he came back from his work.


Past continues (3)

(past continues + while + past continues)


He was feeling his dirty socks yesterday while he was taking shoes off.

Tuesday, 19 October 2021

29. English grammar exercise (feed) 19-10-2021 POSITIVE

  feedfedfed - karmić.


Present continues.


I'm feeding my children at the moment.

You're feeding your children at the moment.

He's feeding his children at the moment.

She's feeding her children at the moment.

It's feeding its children at the moment.

We feeding our children at the moment.

You're feeding your children at the moment.

They feeding their children at the moment.


He's feeding his children at the moment. (active voice)
His children are being fed at the moment. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I feed my children every day.

You feed your children every day.

He feeds his children every day.

She feeds her children every day.

It feeds its children every day.

We feed our children every day.

You feed your children every day.

They feed their children every day.


She feeds her children every day. (active voice)

Her children are fed every day. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I fed my children yesterday.

You fed your children yesterday.

He fed his children yesterday.

She fed her children yesterday.

It fed her children yesterday.

We fed our children yesterday.

You fed your children yesterday.

They fed their children yesterday.


I fed my children yesterday. (active voice)
My children was fed yesterday. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I'll feed my children later.

You'll feed your children later.

He'll feed his children later.

She'll feed her children later.

It'll feed its children later.

We'll feed our children later.

You'll feed your children later.

You'll feed your children later.


She'll feed her children later. (active voice)
Her children will be fed later.  (passive voice)


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

If you feed your children they won't be hungry.


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

Your children would be hungry if you didn't feed them.


Present perfect.


I have already fed my children twice today.

You have already fed your children twice today.

He has already fed his children twice today.

She has already fed her children twice today.

It has already fed its children twice today.

We have already fed our children twice today.

You have already fed your children twice today.

They have already fed their children twice today.


She has already fed her children twice today. (active voice)
Her children have been already fed twice today. (passive voice)


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


I was feeding my children yesterday. (active voice)

My children were being fed yesterday. (passive voice)


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


I was feeding my children when I was at home yesterday.


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


I was feeding my children while my husband was watchig television.

Monday, 18 October 2021

28. English grammar exercise (fall) 18-10-2021 NEGATIVE

fallfellfallen - spadać.


Present continues.


I'm not falling from the stairs at the moment.

You aren't falling from the stairs at the moment.

He isn't falling from the stairs at the moment.

She isn't falling from the stairs at the moment.

It isn't falling from the stairs at the moment.

We aren't falling from the stairs at the moment.

You aren't falling from the stairs at the moment.

They aren't falling from the stairs at the moment.


You aren't falling from the stairs at the moment. (active voice)

The stairs isn't being fallen at the moment. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I don't usually fall from the stairs.

You don't usually fall from the stairs.

He dosen't usually fall from the stairs.

She dosen't usually fall from the stairs.

It dosen't usually fall from the stairs.

We don't usually fall from the stairs.

You don't usually fall from the stairs.

They don't usually fall from the stairs.


You don't usually fall from the stairs.(active voice)

The stairs usually isn't fallen. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

You didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

He didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

She didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

It didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

We didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

You didn't fall from the stairs in the past.

They didn't fall from the stairs in the past.


We didn't fall from the stairs in the past. (active voice)
The stairs weren't fallen in the past. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I won't fall from the stairs in the future.

You won't fall from the stairs in the future.

He won't fall from the stairs in the future.

She won't fall from the stairs in the future.

It won't fall from the stairs in the future.

We won't fall from the stairs in the future.

You won't fall from the stairs in the future.

They won't fall from the stairs in the future.


They won't fall from the stairs in the future. (active voice)
The stairs won't be fallen. (passive voice)


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

If you go up stairs, you probably won't fall from the stairs (at once).


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

If you fell from the stairs you wouldn't probably be alive.


Present perfect.


I haven't fallen from the stairs this year.

You haven't fallen from the stairs this year.

He hasn't fallen from the stairs this year.

She hasn't fallen from the stairs this year.

It hasn't fallen from the stairs this year.

We haven't fallen from the stairs this year.

You haven't fallen from the stairs this year.

They haven't fallen from the stairs this year.


You haven't fallen from the stairs this year. (active voice)
The stairs haven't been fallen this year. (passive voice)


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


Anna weren't falling her ballpoint pen on the floor at the school last monday. (active voice)

Anna's ballpoint pen wasn't being fallen on the floor at the school last monday. (passive voice)


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


Anna weren't falling her ballpoint pen on the floor when was the break.


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


Anna weren't falling her ballpoint pen on the floor while she was writing test.

Sunday, 17 October 2021

27. English grammar exercise (eat) 17-10-2021 QUESTIONS

  eatateeaten - jeść.


Present continues.


Am I eating breakfast?

Are you eating breakfast?

Is he eating breakfast?

Is she eating breakfast?

Is it eating breakfast?

Are we eating breakfast?

Are you eating breakfast?

Are they eating breakfast?


Is he eating breakfast? (active voice)
Is brecfast being eaten? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do I eat breakfast every day?

Do you eat breakfast every day?

Does he eat breakfast every day?

Does she eat breakfast every day?

Does it eat breakfast every day?

Do we eat breakfast every day?

Do you eat breakfast every day?

Do they eat breakfast every day?


Do I eat breakfast every day? (active voice)
Is brecfast eaten every day? (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did I eat breakfast yesterday?

Did you eat breakfast yesterday?

Did she eat breakfast yesterday?

Did it eat breakfast yesterday?

Did we eat breakfast yesterday?

Did you eat breakfast  yesterday?

Did they eat breakfast yesterday?


Did they eat breakfast yesterday? (active voice)
Was brecfast eaten yesterday? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will I eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will you eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will he eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will she eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will it eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will we eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will you eat breakfast in two week's time?

Will they eat breakfast in two week's time?


Will you eat breakfast in two week's time? (active voice)
Will brekfast be eaten in two week's time? (passive voice)


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

If I eat breakfast I won't be hungry.


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

If I ate breakfast I wouldn't be hungry. (I always eat breakfast)


Present perfect.


How many breakfasts have I eaten this week?

How many breakfasts have you eaten this week?

How many breakfasts has he eaten this week?

How many breakfasts has she eaten this week?

How many breakfasts has it eaten this week?

How many breakfasts have we eaten this week?

How many breakfasts have you eaten this week?

How many breakfasts have they eaten this week?


How many breakfasts have they eaten this week? (active voice)
How many breakfasts have been eaten this week? (passive voice)


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


Were you eating breakfast at 7am yesterday? (active voice)

Was breakfast being eaten at 7am yesterday? (passive voice)


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


Were you eating breakfast when he didn't wake up yet?


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


Were you eating breakfast while he was sleeping?

Saturday, 16 October 2021

26. English grammar exercise (drive) 16-10-2021 POSITIVE

drivedrovedriven - prowadzić.


Present continues.


I'm driving my car at the moment.

You're driving your car at the moment.

He's driving his car at the moment.

She's driving her car at the moment.

It's driving its car at the moment.

We're driving our cars at the moment.

You're driving your cars at the moment.

They're driving their cars at the moment.


They're driving their cars at the moment. (active voice)
Their cars are being driven at the moment. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I drive my car every day.

You drive your car every day.

He drives his car every day.

She drives her car every day.

It drives its car every day.

We drive our cars every day.

You drive your cars every day.

They drive their cars every day.


He drives his car every day. (active voice)
His car is driven every day. (passive voice)


Past simple.


Last time I drove my car two days ago.

Last time you drove your car two days ago.

Last time he drove his car two days ago.

Last time she drove her car two days ago.

Last time it drove its car two days ago.

Last time we drove our cars two days ago.

Last time you drove your cars two days ago.

Last time they drove their cars two days ago.


Last time we drove our cars two days ago. (active voice)
Last time our cars were driven two days ago. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I'll drive my car on holiday tomorrow.

You'll drive your car on holiday tomorrow.

He'll drive his car on holiday tomorrow.

She'll drive her car on holiday tomorrow.

It'll drive its car on holiday tomorrow.

We'll drive our cars on holiday tomorrow.

You'll drive your cars on holiday tomorrow.

They'll drive their cars on holiday tomorrow.


She'll drive her car on holiday tomorrow. (active voice)
Her car will be driven on holiday tomorrow. (passive voice)


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

If I fix my car I'll drive to my work tomorrow.

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

If I fixed my car I would be able to drive to my work tomorrow. (I'm not a mechanic.)


Present perfect.


I've driven the car five times this week.

You've driven the car five times this week.

He's driven the car five times this week.

She's driven the car five times this week.

It's driven the car five times this week.

We've driven the car five times this week.

You've driven the car five times this week.

They've driven the car five times this week.


He's driven the car five times this week. (active voice)
The car has been driven five times this week. (passive voice)


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

They were driving their cars on the road at this time last year. (active voice)
Their cars were being driven on the road at this time last year. (passive voice)


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


They were driving their cars on the road when the weather was bad.


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


They were driving their cars on the road while I was trying to sleep yesterday.

Friday, 15 October 2021

25. English grammar exercise (drink) 15-10-2021 NEGATIVE

drinkdrankdrunk - pić.

Present continues.


I'm not drinking coffee at the moment.

You aren't drinking coffee at the moment.

He isn't drinking coffee at the moment.

She isn't drinking coffee at the moment.

It isn't drinking coffee at the moment.

We aren't drinking coffee at the moment.

You aren't drinking coffee at the moment.

They aren't drinking coffee at the moment.


They aren't drinking coffee at the moment. (active voice)
The coffee isn't being drunk. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I don't drink coffee in the evening.

You don't drink coffee in the evening.

He doesn't drink coffee in the evening.

She doesn't drink coffee in the evening.

It doesn't drink coffee in the evening.

We don't drink coffee in the evening.

You don't drink coffee in the evening.

They don't drink coffee in the evening.


It doesn't drink coffee in the evening. (active voice)
The coffee isn't drunk in the evening. (passive voice)


Past simple.


I didn't drink coffee yesterday.

You didn't drink coffee yesterday.

He didn't drink coffee yesterday.

She didn't drink coffee yesterday.

It didn't drink coffee yesterday.

We didn't drink coffee yesterday.

You didn't drink coffee yesterday.

They didn't drink coffee yesterday.


They didn't drink coffee yesterday. (active voice)
The coffee wasn't drunk yesterday. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I won't drink a cup of coffee in one hours' times.

You won't drink a cup of coffee in one hours' times.

He won't drink a cup of coffee in one hours' times.

She won't drink a cup of coffee in one hours' times.

It won't drink a cup of coffee in one hours' time.

We won't drink a cup of coffee in hours' time.

You won't drink a cup of coffee in hours' time.

They won't drink a cup of coffee in hours' time.



You won't drink a cup of coffee in one hours' times. (active voice)
A cup of coffee will not be drunk  in one hours' times. (passive voice)


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

If I don't drink a cup of coffee in the morning I'll be sleepy all day.


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

If I didn't drink a cup of coffee in the morning I wouldn't focus on my work.


Present perfect.


I haven't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

You haven't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

He hasn't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

She hasn't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

It hasn't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

We haven't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

You haven't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.

They haven't drunk a cup of coffee today yet.


We haven't drunk cups of coffee today. (active voice)
Cups of coffee haven't been drunk today yet. (passive voice)


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



I wasn't drinking a cup of coffee at 7am yesterday. (active voice)
A cup of coffee wasn't being drunk at 7am yesterday. (passive voice)


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


I wasn't drinking a cup of coffee while she coming back to me.


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


I wasn't drinking a cup of coffee while she comeing back to me.


Thursday, 14 October 2021

24. English grammar exercise (draw) 14-10-2021 QUESTIONS

drawdrewdrawn - rysować.


Present continues.


Am I drawing the painting at the moment?

Are you drawing the painting at the moment?

Is he drawing the painting at the moment?

Is she drawing the painting at the moment?

Is it drawing the painting at the moment?

Are we drawing the painting at the moment?

Are you drawing the painting at the moment?

Are they drawing the painting at the moment?


Are you drawing the painting at the moment? (active voice)
Is the painting being drawn at rhe moment? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do I draw paintings every month?

Do you draw paintings every month?

Does he draw paintings every month?

Does he draw paintings every month?

Do it draw paintings every month?

Do we draw paintings every month?

Do you draw paintings every month?

Do they draw paintings every month?


Do they draw paintings every month? (active voice)
Are the paintings drawn every month. (passive voice)


Past simple.


Did I draw paintings yesterday?

Did you draw paintings yesterday?

Did he draw paintings yesterday?

Did she draw paintings yesterday?

Did it draw paintings yesterday?

Did we draw paintings yesterday?

Did you draw paintings yesterday?

Did they draw paintings yesterday?


Did she draw paintings yesterday? (active voice)
Were  paintings drawn yesterday by her? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will I draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will you draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will he draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will she draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will it draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will we draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will you draw the paintings tomorrow?

Will they draw the paintings tomorrow?


Will it draw the paintings tomorrow? (active voice)
Will the paintings be drawn tomorrow? (passive voice)


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

If I draw a painting I'll earn money for my vacation.


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

If I drew a fine painting I would be famous.


Present perfect.


Have I drawn a fine painting this week?

Have you drawn a fine painting this week?

Has he drawn a fine painting this week?

Has she drawn a fine painting this week?

Has it drawn a fine painting this week?

Have we drawn a fine painting this week?

Have you drawn a fine painting this week?

Have they drawn a fine painting this week?


Has she drawn a fine painting this week? (active voice)
Has a fine painting  been drawn this week by her? (passive voice)


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


Were they drawing the paintings at this time last week? (active voice)

Were the paintings being drawn at this time last week? (passive voice)


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


Were the paintings being drawn when the weather was bad last week?


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


Were the paintings being drawn by him while he wasn't has time to do that?