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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?

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