Do you know the difference between past tense and past perfect tense? Are you sure?

What is the past tense of the verb lie?

What is the past tense of the verb lie?

What is the past tense of the verb lay?

What is the past tense of the verb lay?

What is the past perfect of the verb dive?

What is the past perfect of the verb dive?

What is the present tense of the verb drown when the subject is he or she?

What is the present tense of the verb drown when the subject is he or she?

What is the future perfect tense of the verb fly?

What is the future perfect tense of the verb fly?

What is the future tense of the verb hang?

What is the future tense of the verb hang?

What is the past tense of the verb lead?

What is the past tense of the verb lead?

What is the past tense of the verb prove?

What is the past tense of the verb prove?

What is the present perfect simple of the verb sit?

What is the present perfect simple of the verb sit?

What is the past tense of the verb set?

What is the past tense of the verb set?

What is the past tense of the verb shrink?

What is the past tense of the verb shrink?

What is the past tense of the verb wake?

What is the past tense of the verb wake?

What is the past tense of the verb rise?

What is the past tense of the verb rise?

What is the past perfect of the verb be?

What is the past perfect of the verb be?

What is the present tense of the verb be when the subject is we?

What is the present tense of the verb be when the subject is we?

98% of Americans Can't Pass This Basic Tenses Test

  1. You got: You did not pass.
    You did not pass this basic tenses quiz. That's okay. Most Americans can't pass it either. Conjugating isn't easy and fifth-grade grammar class was a long time ago, wasn't it? Do you know someone who thinks they have perfect grammar? Challenge them to take this quiz.
  2. You got: You passed!
    You totally passed this basic tenses quiz. Hey, that's no small feat! Most Americans can't pass it. You are one of the small percentages of Americans who can still remember what they learned in fifth-grade grammar class. Congratulations!Do you know someone who thinks they have perfect grammar? Challenge them to take this quiz.

YOUR REACTION?