1.Identify the principal part of the underlined verb.

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1.Identify the principal part of the underlined verb.The game of lacrosse isgainingpopularity among young people in North America.

(Points : 3)

present
past
past participle
present participle

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2.Identify the principal part of the underlined verb.In the United States, more than 2,000 high school teamsparticipatein this rough and rugged sport.

(Points : 3)

past
present
present participle
past participle

 

3.Identify the principal part of the underlined verb.Native American tribes in the eastern United States firsttookpart in this fast-paced game hundreds of years ago.

(Points : 3)

past
present
present participle
past participle

 

4.Identify the principal part of the underlined verb.
The rules of lacrosse havechangedover the past 200 years. (Points : 3)

present

present participle

past

past participle

 

5.Identify the tense of the underlined verb.Whowill wintonight’s tournament?

(Points : 3)

present perfect
future perfect
future progressive
future

 

6.Identify the tense of the underlined verb.Charlahas competedin cheerleading since she was six years old.

(Points : 3)

past perfect
present
present perfect
present progressive

 

7.Identify the tense of the underlined verb.
Running against much older athletes, Billyhad placedsecond! (Points : 3)

past

past perfect

past progressive

present perfect

 

8.Identify the tense of the underlined verb.Jaredhas been composingsongs for his garage band.

(Points : 3)

present progressive
past progressive
past perfect progressive
present perfect progressive

 

9.Identify the tense of the underlined verb.When she rode around town with her parents, shewas ignoringthe scenery.

(Points : 3)

past perfect progressive
present progressive
past progressive
present perfect progressive

 

10.Identify the tense of the underlined verb.
Shehad been writingpoetry but thought her idea would work better as a novel. (Points : 3)

present progressive

past progressive

present perfect progressive

past perfect progressive

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11.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.
At the stroke of midnight, the fireworks _____ into the night sky. (Points : 3)

burst

bursts

bursted

bursting

 

12.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.
Jermaine, seeing the first shower of lights, _____ a chill of excitement. (Points : 3)

had felt

feeling

have felt

felt

 

13.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.No one _____ a word during the entire show.

(Points : 3)

saying
sayed
said
had say

 

14.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.
Rather than leave as soon as it was over, Jermaine _____ to stay for a while. (Points : 3)

chosen

has chose

chose

choose

 

15.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.
All the next day, he _____ himself thinking about the amazing fireworks. (Points : 3)

finds

found

finding

will have found

 

16.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.The baby ____ quietly in his crib.

(Points : 3)

was lying
lain
was laying
laid

 

17.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.Joss _____ the dog’s food out each night.

(Points : 3)

has set
has sit
sit
sat

 

18.Identify the verb form that correctly completes the sentence.
During the meeting last night, a number of questions _____. (Points : 3)

raised

rose

had risen

were raised

 

19.Identify the choice that corrects a sentence with a shift in tense.The Carters will travel to Alaska last summer and camped at Denali National Park.

(Points : 3)

traveled
are traveling
have traveled
will have traveled

 

20.Identify the choice that corrects a sentence with a shift in tense.When they had been settling on visiting Denali, they did not know how many other people would be there.

(Points : 3)

settle
are settling
settled
will settle

 

21.Identify the choice that corrects a sentence with a shift in tense.
They all like camping, but none of them were enjoying crowds very much. (Points : 3)

enjoy

enjoying

are enjoying

had been enjoying

 

22.Identify the choice that corrects a sentence with a shift in tense.After they get there, however, they discovered that the park was big enough for everyone.

(Points : 3)

getted
got
have gotten
are getting

 

23.Choose the sentence that contains a verb in the passive voice.(Points : 3)

Thousands of people visit Alaska every summer.

Mount Denali is the sight that everyone hopes to see.

The magnificent mountain is often hidden by clouds.

Many visitors never get a glimpse of the famous peak.

 

24.Choose the sentence that contains a verb in the passive voice.(Points : 3)

Alaska has been made famous by its many sites of natural beauty.

Wild salmon leap in the clear, cold rivers of its wilderness.

Whales laze and play in the salt waters off its coast.

Rough country lures adventurers who long for a simpler time.

 

25.Choose the sentence that contains a verb in the passive voice.(Points : 3)

Away from the constant interruptions of modern life, camping families find each other.
When the hardship of a cold night is shared, families learn about one another.
Minor disagreements seem even smaller in the great outdoors.
Take a tip from the campers and rough it!

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