English tenses review exercise

Before you take the quizzes, please practice the following exercise with a partner, one person asking the questions and the other answering the questions. Every answer in this exercise is answered in a complete sentence using the verb phrase "feed my fish."

Directions:  Practice this exercise with a partner.  Take turns asking and answering each question.

What do you do every day?

I feed my fish every day.

What did you do yesterday?

I fed my fish yesterday.

What will you do tomorrow?

I will feed my fish tomorrow.

What are you doing right now?

I am feeding my fish right now.

What were you doing at this time yesterday?

I was feeding my fish at this time yesterday.

What will you be doing at this time tomorrow?

I will be feeding my fish at this time tomorrow.

What have you done since you got up this morning?

I have fed my fish since I got up this morning?

What had you done before you went to bed last night?

I had fed my fish before I went to bed last night.

What will you have done before you go to bed tonight?

I will have fed my fish before I go to bed tonight.

What are you doing?

I am feeding my fish.

How long have you been doing that?

I have been feeding my fish for five minutes.

What were you doing before you started this quiz?

I was feeding my fish before I started this quiz.

How long had you been doing that?

I had been feeding my fish for five minutes before I started this quiz.

What will you be doing before you take this quiz tomorrow?

I will be feeding my fish before I take this quiz tomorrow.

How long will you have been doing that?

I will have been feeding my fish five minutes before I take this quiz tomorrow.