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Tenses for class 7 Worksheet 

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3 Types of tenses for class 7

  1. Past tense
  2. Present tense
  3. Future tense

Tenses Rules Chart for class 7

Tenses Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense 
Indefinite/Simple tense V1 form + s/es V2 form/Did Will/Shall + V1 form 
Continuous tense Is/am /are+ V1+ ing Was/were + V1 + ing Will/Shall + be + V1+ ing 
Perfect tenseHas/Have + V3 Had + V3 Will/Shall + have +V3
Perfect Continuous tenseHas/Have + been + V1 + ing  + Since/forHad + been + V1 + ing + Since/forWill/Shall + Have + been + V1 + ing + Since/for

Note:

  • V1 +ing— Do+ing=doing, Go + ing=going, Sleep + ing= Sleeping
  • Add s/es when the subject is third person singular (He/She/It) in simple tense.
  • V3 is the third form of a verb like gone, called, completed, forgotten, born, lied, seen etc.

Simple or Indefinite tense Worksheet for class 7

Exercise 1 

Read the following sentences and name the Tense. One has been done for you.

She thinks he is very handsome. —- Simple present Affirmative Tense.

  1. Does she make flavored milk for her baby?
  2. How does she come to the office?
  3. Krishan does not want to take medicine.
  4. Do they drink lemon juice in the summer?
  5. Penny decorates her room.
  6. Hangry and Panky make beautiful paintings.
  7. Does Pretty write a letter?
  8. Cobbler mends shoes for us.
  9. Meet does not want to marry Pinky.
  10. They do work properly.

Answers 

  1. Interrogative sentence 
  2. Interrogative sentence
  3. Negative sentence
  4. Interrogative sentence 
  5. Affirmative sentence
  6.  Affirmative sentence 
  7. Interrogative sentence 
  8. Affirmative sentence 
  9. Negative sentence
  10. Affirmative sentence

Exercise

Change the following sentences as directed:

Mr. Nitin loves his wife very much. (Negative Sentence) —– Mr. Nitin does not love her wife very much.

  1. They love to play football. (Negative Sentences
  2. Do they believe in the existence of ghosts? (Affirmative Sentence)
  3. How does the Sun Shine very brightly?  (Affirmative Sentences)
  4. Mona does not cook food very well. (Interrogative Sentence)
  5. She makes very tasty burgers. (Negative Sentence)
  6. Rammpy does not want to work in the factory. (Interrogative negative sentence)
  7. Most of the People visit Haridwar in summer. (Interrogative Sentence)
  8. How does she solve the questions? (Affirmative Sentence)
  9. Mother scolds her baby. (Negative Sentence)
  10. She does her homework on time. (Interrogative Sentence negative)

Answers

  1. They do not love to play football.
  2. They believe in the existence of ghosts.
  3. Sun Shines very brightly.
  4. Does Mona not cook food very well?
  5. She does not make tasty burgers.
  6. Does Rammy not want to work in the factory?
  7. Do most people visit Haridwar in summer?
  8. She solves the questions.
  9. Mother does not scold her baby.
  10. Does she not do her homework on time?

Exercise

Change the following sentences in Simple Past Tense

Suman likes music —– Suman liked Music 

  1. We do not need your help 
  2. You do your work properly.
  3. Somya wants a glass of juice.
  4. She wants to marry Mr. Nikhil.
  5. When do you go to bed?
  6. We play tennis every morning.
  7. She wants to be a dentist.
  8. We generally sing songs all together.
  9. Sujata calls the ambulance.
  10. He does his homework on time.

Answers 

  1. We did not need your help. 
  2. You did your work properly.
  3. Somya wanted a glass ofJuice.
  4. She wanted to marry Mr. Nikhil.
  5. When did you go to bed?
  6. We played tennis every morning
  7. She wanted to be a dentist..
  8. We generally sang songs all together.
  9. Sujata called the ambulance.
  10. He did his homework on time.

Exercise 4 

Change the following sentences in Future indefinite/ Simple future tense.

Do they join the class on time?—— Will they join the class on time?

  1. They do jobs together.
  2. My son lives in London.
  3. He catches the train in the morning.
  4. How does Mona cook food very well?
  5. She does not make tasty burgers
  6. Does Rammpy not want to work at the office?
  7. The train leaves in ten minutes.
  8. What does she not teach?
  9. Mother does not scold her baby.
  10. Does she not do her homework on time?

Answers 

  1. They will not do jobs together .
  2. My son will live in London..
  3. He will catch the train in the morning.
  4. How will Mona cook food?
  5. She will not make tasty burgers
  6. Will Rammpy not want to work at the office?
  7. The train will leave in ten minutes.
  8. What will she not teach?
  9. Mother will not scold her baby.
  10. Will she not do her homework on time?

Tenses Miscellaneous Exercise for class 7 

Change the following sentences as directed–

    1. Do they participate in the competition? (Name the sentence)
    2. Mr. Ram creates new designs every day. (Name the sentence)
    3. My daughter bites tightly. (Name the sentence)
    4. Why do you like Pappy? (Name the sentence)
    5. We do not sit there. (Name the sentence)
    6. What does she do in her free time? (change it in Affirmative Sentence)
    7. Meena does not like papaya. (change it in Affirmative sentence)
    8. Where does he live? (Change in Simple Past)
    9. He does not like music. (Change in Simple Past)
    10. Does she come here regularly? (Change in Simple Past)
    11. Reena goes to the office daily.  (Change in Simple future )
    12. Seema wakes up early in the morning. (Change in Simple Past)
    13. She plays badminton in her free time. (Change in Simple Past)
    14. Meena likes Papaya. (Change in Simple future )
    15. Write 2nd form of Fly.

Answers 

  1. Interrogative sentence 
  2. Affirmative sentence 
  3. Affirmative sentence 
  4. Interrogative sentence 
  5.  Negative sentence
  6. She plays badminton in her free time.
  7. Meena likes Papaya.
  8. Where did he live?
  9. He did not like music.
  10. Did she come here regularly?
  11. Reena will go to the office daily.
  12. Seema woke up early in the morning
  13. She played badminton in her free time.
  14. Meena will  like Papaya.
  15. The 2nd form of fly is flew.

Continuous Tense Worksheet for class 7

Exercise 1

Name the following tense and identify its type, one has been done for you.

He was chasing her while she was coming from school—-Past  Continuous tense Affirmative Sentence

  1. She was always complaining about the bad condition of the classroom.
  2. My daughter is looking beautiful.
  3. He will be cooking food for her baby.
  4. He was not receiving her call.
  5. Will she be waiting for her answer?.
  6. The man is always drinking and beating his wife.
  7. My brother and his friends are using my laptop.
  8. Will He be waiting for her answer?
  9. She was writing the letter while we were investigating.
  10. While I was watching TV, he was studying for his exam.
  11. I was drinking coffee while my husband was drinking tea.
  12. What are you going to prepare today?

Answers 

  1. Past Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  2. Present Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  3. Future Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  4. Past Continuous tense, Negative Sentence
  5. Future Continuous tense, Interrogative Sentence
  6. Present Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  7. Present Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  8. Future Continuous tense, Interrogative Sentence
  9. Past Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  10. Past Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  11. Past Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  12. Present Continuous tense, Interrogative Sentence

Exercise

Change the following sentences in Past continuous tense.

I am not going to do this disgusting job.—— I was not going to do this disgusting job.

  1. The Prime minister is not coming here.
  2. Mohan is getting ready to go to the party.
  3. She is going to marry Mr. Nikhil.
  4. When are you going to bed?
  5. She is doing her work in a perfect manner.
  6. They are joining the meeting held in the USA.
  7. We are not making a noise.
  8. Mr. Daren is calling the ambulance.
  9. Where is he living?
  10. She is not going to tell you anything.
  11. Did she come here regularly?
  12. They are giving shelter to the poor.
  13. Hemant and Dolly are making a report on increasing pollution.
  14. They are working in a group.
  15. She is always making excuses.

Answers 

  1. The Prime minister was not coming here.
  2. Mohan was getting ready to go to the party.
  3. She was going to marry Mr. Nikhil.
  4. When were you going to bed?
  5. She was doing her work in a perfect manner.
  6. They are joining the meeting held in the USA.
  7. We were not making a noise.
  8. Mr. Daren was calling the ambulance.
  9. Where was he living?
  10. She is not going to tell you anything.
  11. Was she coming here regularly?
  12. They were giving shelter to the poor.
  13. Hemant and Dolly were making a report on increasing pollution.
  14. They were working in a group.
  15. She was always making excuses.

Exercise 3 

Change the following Sentences as directed:

  1. We are working on this project. (Negative Sentence)
  2. I am getting ready to go to the market. (Negative Sentence)
  3. He is going to buy some sweets for children. (Interrogative Sentence)
  4. She will not be going to Sri Lanka. (Affirmative Sentence)
  5. They will be talking. (Interrogative Negative)
  6. They were preparing food. (Interrogative Sentence )
  7. She is speaking loudly. (Negative Sentence)
  8. Hemant is studying in class 7. (Interrogative Sentence)
  9. Meena was preparing for the competitive exams. (Interrogative Sentence)
  10. We were enjoying the party. (Negative Sentence)
  11. They were not reading a novel. (Affirmative Sentence)
  12. You are searching for a hotel. (Interrogative Sentence)
  13. I am going to get married. (Negative Sentence)
  14. Remy was dancing while we were singing. (Negative Sentence)
  15. Mr. Gupta is not teaching in a private school. (Affirmative Sentence)

Answers 

  1. We are not working on this project. 
  2. I am not getting ready to go to the market. 
  3. Is he going to buy some sweets for children? 
  4. She will be going to Sri Lanka. 
  5. Will they be talking? 
  6. Were they  preparing food? 
  7. She is not speaking loudly. 
  8. Is Hemant studying in class 7? 
  9. Was Meena preparing for the competitive exams? 
  10. We were not enjoying the party. 
  11. They were reading a novel. 
  12. Are  you searching for a hotel? 
  13. I am going to get married. 
  14. Remmy was not dancing while we were singing.
  15. Mr. Gupta is teaching in a private school. 

Exercise 4 

Change the verb in the Present Participle—

  1. Weep –
  2. Tie —
  3. Sweep –
  4. Arise –
  5. Dig –
  6. Wrap –
  7. Get –
  8. Hide –
  9. Grow –
  10. Drink –
  11. Quarrel –
  12. Cling –
  13. Choose–
  14. Begin  –
  15. Become –

Answers 

  1. Weeping 
  2. Tying 
  3. Sweeping  
  4. Arising 
  5.  Digging 
  6. Wrapping 
  7. Getting 
  8. Hiding 
  9. Growing
  10. Drinking 
  11. Quarrelling 
  12. Clinging 
  13. Choosing 
  14. Beginning 
  15. Becoming 

Tenses Miscellaneous Exercise for class 7 

Change the following Sentences as directed:—–

  1. He is teaching mathematics as well as English. (Name the tense)
  2. They were not coming to the party. (Name the Sentence)
  3. We will be attending a meeting. (Name the Tense as well as sentence)
  4. My family was going to Shimla while I was working in the office. (Change in present continuous tense)
  5. Birds were chirping very melodiously. (Change in Future Continuous tense)
  6. Shelly will be talking to her about the share market. (change in Negative Sentence)
  7. Raman is exploring new things because he wants to become a scientist. (Change in Past continuous Tense) 
  8. Why is he going to the market? (Change in Affirmative Sentence)
  9. They were checking bags for security purposes. (Change in Interrogative Sentence)
  10. What was Ram doing at home? (Change in Interrogative Negative Sentence)
  11. Are you calling her teacher? (Change in Affirmative Sentence)
  12. Why will they be arguing? (Change in Affirmative Sentence)

Answers 

  1. Present Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  2. Past Continuous tense, Negative Sentence
  3. Future Continuous tense, Affirmative Sentence
  4. My family is going to Shimla while I am working in the office.
  5. Birds will be chirping very melodiously.
  6. Shelly will not be talking to her about the share market. 
  7. Raman was exploring new things because he wanted to become a scientist.
  8. He is going to the market.
  9. Were they checking bags for security purposes?
  10. What was Ram not doing at home?
  11. You are calling her teacher.
  12. They will be arguing.

Perfect Tense Worksheet for class 7 

Exercise 1

Name the Tense and Sentences of the following Sentences, one has been done for you. 

Ram has completed his homework—- Present perfect tense (Affirmative Sentence)

  1. He has not gone to the temple.
  2. She has given all of her share. 
  3. Kamal has broken the glass. 
  4. They had come here. 
  5. Why have they invested in the share market? 
  6. Group B had not stopped the scooter. 
  7. What will they have done? 
  8. She has forbidden to bring food to the cinema. 
  9. Had he drunk all the soft drinks? 
  10. Have they dug? 

Answers 

  1. Present Perfect Negative Sentence
  2. Present Perfect Affirmative Sentences
  3. Present Perfect Affirmative Sentence
  4. Past Perfect Affirmative Sentence
  5. Present Perfect Interrogative Sentence
  6. Past perfect Negative Sentence
  7. Future Perfect Interrogative Sentence 
  8. Present Perfect Affirmative Sentence
  9. Past Perfect Affirmative Sentence
  10. Present Perfect Interrogative Sentence

Exercise 2 

Change the verb in Past Participle (3rd Form) —

  1. Advise —
  2. Allow — 
  3. Beg —
  4. Bring —
  5. Break —
  6. Carry —
  7. Change —
  8. Clap —
  9. Boil —
  10. Close —
  11. Cook —
  12. Consult—
  13. Leave —
  14. Marry —
  15. Pay —
  16. Meet —
  17. Lose —
  18. Lay —-
  19. Jump —
  20. Knit —-

Answers 

  1. Advised 2. Allowed 3. Begged 4. Brought 5. Broken 6. Carried 7. Changed 8. Clapped 9. Boiled 10. Closed 11. Cooked 12. Consulted 13. Left 14. Married 15. Paid 16. Met 17. Lost 18. Laid 19. Jumped 20. Knitted

Exercise 3 

Change the Sentences in Past Perfect Tense

  1. She has not married.
  2. We have shopped in this market.
  3. I have written articles on different topics.
  4. He has gone to the library.
  5. My mother has just finished the cake 
  6. My brother has worked on this project.
  7. She has learned to speak Spanish.
  8. They haven’t lived here for years.
  9. Scientists have split the atom.
  10. It hasn’t drunk the water.

Answers 

  1. She had not married.
  2. We had shopped in this market.
  3. I had written articles on different topics.
  4. He had gone to the library.
  5. My mother had just finished the cake 
  6. My brother had worked on this project.
  7. She had learned to speak Spanish.
  8. They hadn’t lived here for years.
  9. Scientists had split the atom.
  10. It hadn’t drunk the water.

Exercise 4 

Change the following sentences as directed —-

  1. She has not prepared food. (Future Perfect Affirmative Sentence)
  2. Has she chosen her dress? (Future Perfect Negative Sentence) 
  3. Shri Narander modi the prime minister of India has come on the Stage. (Past perfect tense)
  4. Will they have stood in a line? (Affirmative Sentence)
  5. She had not  taken her position. (Present Perfect affirmative Tense)
  6. Ram has written a letter to the officer. (Negative Sentence)
  7. Rahul had admired her designs. (Present Perfect tense)
  8. Suman had not taken the decision to marry him. (Present perfect tense Affirmative tense)
  9. Will they have reached the metro station? (Affirmative Sentence)
  10. Had team A won the match? (Affirmative Sentence)

Answers 

  1. She will have prepared food. 
  2. She will have not chosen her dress? 
  3. Shri Narander modi the prime minister of India had come on the Stage. 
  4. They will have stood in a line. 
  5. She has taken her position. 
  6. Ram has not written a letter to the officer. 
  7. Rahul has admired her designs. 
  8. Suman has taken the decision to marry him.
  9. They will  have reached the metro station. 
  10. Team A had won the match? 

Tenses Miscellaneous Exercise 1 for class 7 

Change the following Sentences as directed—-

  1. She has not prepared food. (Name the sentence)
  2. Has she chosen her dress?  (Name the sentence)
  3. Shri Narendera modi the prime minister of India has come on the Stage.  (Name the sentence)
  4. Will they have stood in a line?  (Name the sentence)
  5. She had not  taken her position. (Name the tense)
  6. Ram has written a letter to the officer.  (Name the tense)
  7. Rahul had admired her designs.  (Name the tense) 
  8. Suman had not taken the decision to marry him.  (Name the tense)
  9. Will they have reached the metro station? ( Name the Tense and Sentence)
  10. Had team A won the match? (Name the Sentence)

Answers 

  1. Negative Sentence
  2. Interrogative Sentence 
  3. Affirmative Sentences
  4. Interrogative Sentence
  5. Past perfect Tense 
  6. Present Perfect Tense 
  7. Past Perfect Tense 
  8. Past perfect Tense 
  9. Interrogative Sentence 
  10. Past Perfect, Interrogative Sentence 

Tenses Miscellaneous Exercise 2 for class 7

Underline the verb used in the following sentences and also change them as directed —-

 1. He has not gone to the temple. (Past Perfect tense Affirmative Sentence)

______________________________.

2. She has given all of her share. (Interrogative Sentence)

_______________________________.

3. Kamal has broken the glass. (Past perfect Negative Sentence)

_______________________________.

4. They had come here. (Present perfect tense)

_______________________________.

5. Why have they invested in the share market? (Negative Sentence)

________________________________.

6. Group B had not stopped the scooter. (Present Perfect Affirmative Sentence)

_________________________________.

7. What will they have done? (Negative Sentence)

_________________________________.

8. She has forbidden to bring food to the cinema. (Past perfect tense)

_________________________________.

9. Had he drunk all the soft drinks? (Present perfect tense)

__________________________________.

10. Have they dug? (Past perfect tense)

___________________________________.

Answers 

  1. He had gone to the temple. 
  2. Has she given all of her share?
  3. Kamal had not broken the glass. 
  4. They have come here.
  5. Why have they not invested in the share market?
  6. Group B has stopped the scooter. 
  7. What will they not have done
  8. She had forbidden to bring food to the cinema.
  9. Has he drunk all the soft drinks?
  10. Had they dug?

Perfect Continuous tense Worksheet for class 6

Exercise 1 

Change the following sentences in Past Continuous tense–

  1. She has been teaching for three hours.
  2. Has he been cooking for you for two hours?
  3. She has not been working on this project for two years.
  4. I have been learning this chapter since this morning.
  5. He has been searching for a job for two months.
  6. She has not been eating anything since this evening.
  7. She has not been taking tea since this morning
  8. I have been watching a TV show for three hours.
  9. She has been doing exercise for two hours..
  10. My sister has been looking for a designer for three days.
  11. My grandmother has been sleeping since morning.
  12. I have not been doing anything for one year.
  13. The girl has not been listening to us for two hours.
  14. We have been writing about today’s generation for one hour.
  15. I have been learning new things on YouTube for the last two months.

Answers 

  1. She had been teaching for three hours.
  2. Had he been cooking for you for two hours?
  3. She had not been working on this project for two years.
  4. I had been learning this chapter since this morning.
  5. He had been searching for a job for two months.
  6. She had not been eating anything since this evening.
  7. She had not been taking tea since this morning
  8. I had been watching a TV show for three hours.
  9. She had been doing exercise for two hours..
  10. My sister had been looking for a designer for three days.
  11. My grandmother had been sleeping since morning.
  12. I had not been doing anything for one year.
  13. The girl had not been listening to us for two hours.
  14. We had been writing about today’s generation for one hour.
  15. I had been learning new things on youtube for the last two months.

Exercise 2

Fill in the blank with Since and for —

  1. My grandmother had been sleeping _________ morning.
  2. I had not been doing anything ______ one year.
  3. I have been missing you _______ morning.
  4. The girl had not been listening to us ________ morning.
  5. We had been writing about today’s generation _________ one hour.
  6. She had been experiencing that type of job ________ last two years.
  7. I had been learning new things on YouTube __________ the last two months.
  8. She had been teaching __________ evening.
  9. Has he been learning calligraphy through an app ________ evening.
  10. Had he been cooking for you ___________  two hours?

Answers 

  1. Since
  2. For 
  3. Since 
  4. Since
  5. For
  6. For 
  7. For
  8. Since
  9. Since 
  10. For

Exercise 3 

Change the following sentences as directed —

  1. Nishant has been writing a letter to the officer since morning. (Negative Sentence)
  2. Rahul had been admiring her designs since evening. (Present Perfect tense)
  3. Suman had not deciding to marry him for the last three months. (Present perfect tense Affirmative tense)
  4. Will they have been teaching the students since evening? (Affirmative Sentence)
  5. Has team A been winning the match for the last four years? (Affirmative Sentence)
  6. She has not been preparing food for two hours. (Future Perfect continuous Tense Affirmative Sentence)
  7. Has she been choosing her dress for the last two hours? (Negative Sentence) 
  8. Shri Narander modi the prime minister of India has been taking meetings since last night. (Past perfect tense)
  9. Will they have been standing in a line since morning? (Affirmative Sentence)
  10. She had not been taking her position in the office for two months. (Present Perfect affirmative Tense)

Answers

  1. Nishant has not been writing a letter to the officer since morning. 
  2. Rahul has been admiring her designs since evening.
  3. Suman has been deciding to marry him for the last three months.
  4. They will have been teaching the students since evening.
  5. Team A has been winning the match for the last four years. 
  6. She will have been preparing food for two hours. 
  7. Has she not been choosing her dress for the last two hours? 
  8. Shri Narander modi the prime minister of India had been taking meetings since last night. 
  9. They Will have been standing in a line since morning? 
  10. She has been taking her position in the office for two months. 

Exercise 4 

Change the sentences as per the instructions given —

  1. He has not been going to the temple for three months. (Past Perfect tense Affirmative Sentence)
  2. She has been giving all of her shares for two hours. (Interrogative Sentence)
  3. Kamal has been trying to fix the broken window since morning. (Past perfect Negative Sentence)
  4. They had been coming here for the last three weeks. (Present perfect tense)
  5. Why have they been investing in the share market for the last three months? (Negative Sentence)
  6. Group B had been trying to stop the machine for three hours. (Present Perfect Affirmative Sentence)
  7. What will they have been doing since evening? (Negative Sentence)
  8. She has been watching a movie for 2 hours. (Past perfect continuous tense)
  9. Had he been drinking soft drinks for the last one hour? (Present perfect continuous tense)
  10. Have they been digging since morning? (Past perfect continuous tense)

Answers 

  1. He had been going to the temple for the last three months. 
  2. Has she been giving all of her shares for two hours? 
  3. Kamal had not been trying to fix the broken window since morning. 
  4. They have been coming here for the last three weeks. 
  5. Why have they not been investing in the share market for the last three months? 
  6. Group B has been trying to stop the machine for three hours.
  7. What will they have not been doing since evening?
  8. She had been watching a movie for 2 hours. 
  9. Has he been drinking soft drinks for the last one hour? 
  10. Had they been digging since morning?

Tenses miscellaneous exercise for class 7 

Fill in the blank —– use Since and for.

  1. She had not been working on this project ________ two years.
  2. She has been talking to her ________ three hours.
  3. I had been learning this chapter _________ this morning.
  4. He had been searching for a job _________ two months.
  5. She had not been eating anything ________ this evening.
  6. He Had been preparing for competitive exams  _______ two years.
  7. I have been telling to complete this project _________ one month 
  8. Ram had been studying English __________ morning.
  9. Reena has been stitching a suite ____________ two hours.
  10. Kirti has been doing this job ___________ three years.

Answers 

  1. For
  2. For 
  3. Since
  4. For
  5. Since
  6. For
  7. For 
  8. Since
  9. For
  10. For

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