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Tuesday, 2 November 2021

43. English grammar exercise (hang) 02-11-2021 NEGATIVE

hanghunghung - wieszać.

Present continues.


I'm not hanging the coat at the moment.

You aren't hanging the coat at the moment.

He isn't hanging the coat at the moment.

She isn't hanging the coat at the moment.

It isn't hanging the coat at the moment.

We aren't hanging the coat at the moment. 

You aren't hanging the coat at the moment.

They aren't hanging the coat at the moment.


You aren't hanging the coat at the moment. (active voice)
The coat isn't being hung. (passive voice)


Present simple.


I don't hang the coat.

You don't hang the coat.

He doesn't hang the coat.

She doesn't hang the coat.

It doesn't hang the coat.

We don't hang the coat.

You don't hang the coat.

They don't hang the coat.


He doesn't hang the coat. (active voice)
The coat isn't hung.  (passive voice)


Past simple.


I didn't hang the coat yesterday.

You didn't hang the coat yesterday.

He didn't hang the coat yesterday.

She didn't hang the coat yesterday.

It didn't hang the coat yesterday.

We didn't hang the coat yesterday.

You didn't hang the coat yesterday.

They didn't hang the coat yesterday.


I didn't hang the coat yesterday. (active voice)
The coat wasn't hung. (passive voice)


Future simple.


I won't hang the coat tomorrow.

You won't hang the coat tomorrow.

He won't hang the coat tomorrow.

She won't hang the coat tomorrow.

It won't hang the coat tomorrow.

We won't hang the coat tomorrow.

You won't hang the coat tomorrow.

They won't hang the coat yesterday.


I won't hang the coat tomorrow. (active voice)
The coat won't be hung. (passive voice)


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


If you come to my house, you won't hang your coat yourself.


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


If you worked at a theatre, you wouldn't hang coats.


Present perfect.


I haven't hung my coat today yet.

You haven't hung your coat today yet.

He hasn't hung his coat today yet.

She hasn't hung her coat today yet.

It hasn't hung its coat today yet.

We haven't hung our coat today yet.

You haven't hung your coat today yet.

They haven't hung their coat today yet.


He hasn't hung his coat today yet. (active voice)
His coat hasn't been hung today yet. (passive voice)


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


He wasn't hanging his coat yesterday in the evening. (active voice)

His coat wasn't being hung yesterday in the evening.  (passive voice)


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


He wasn't hanging his coat when he came to his house yesterday in the evening.


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


He wasn't hanging his coat while he was being at his house and taking the coat off yesterday in the evening.

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