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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.

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