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Thursday, 4 November 2021

45. English grammar exercise (hear) 04-11-2021 QUESTIONS

 hearheardheard - słyszeć.


Present continues.


Am I hearing something strange noises in my car's' engine?

Are you hearing something strange noises in your car's' engine?

Is he hearing something strange noises in his car's' engine?

Is she hearing something strange noises in her car's' engine?

Is it hearing something strange noises in its car's' engine?

Are we hearing something strange noises in our cars' engines?

Are you hearing something strange noises in your cars' engines?

Are they hearing something strange noises in their cars' engines?


Are you hearing something strange noises in your cars' engines? (active voice)
Are something strange noises being heard in your cars' engines? (passive voice)


Present simple.


Do I hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Do you hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Does he hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Does she hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Does it hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Do we hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Do you hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?

Do they hear beautiful songs on the radio every day?


Do I hear beautiful songs on the radio every day? (active voice)
Are  beautiful songs heard on the radio every day?(passive voice)


Past simple.


Did I hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did you hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did he hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did she hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did it hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did we hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did you hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?

Did they hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday?


Did I hear beautiful songs on the radio yesterday? (active voice)
Were beautiful songs heard on the radio yesterday? (passive voice)


Future simple.


Will I hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will you hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will he hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will she hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will it hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will we hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will you hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?

Will they hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow?


Will I hear beautiful songs on the radio tomorrow? (active voice)
Will beautiful songs be heard on the radio tomorrow? (passive voice)


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

If I hear your voice on the mobile phone I'll be know that you arrive safe on the place of destenation.


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

If I heard a lot voices inside my head, I would be crazy.


Present perfect.


Have I ever heard the story of your life?

Have you ever heard the story of my life?

Has he ever heard the story of her life?

Has she ever heard the story of his life?

Has it ever heard the story of its life?

Have we ever heard the story of their life?

Have you ever heard the story of their life?

Have they ever heard the story of their life?


Have I ever heard the story of your life? (active voice)
Has the story of your life beeb heard? (passive voice)


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


Was he hearing this song on this morning? (active voice)

Was this song being heard this morning? (passive voice)


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


Was he hearing this song when he was young?


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


Was he hearing this song while he was driving a car this morning?

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