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Present and Present Progressive (-ing) Past Tense Possessives Count and Non-Count Nouns Reading a Grocery Ad
100
Last year, I lived in Mexico.
Last year, I (live/lived) in Mexico.
100
Last year, I lived in Mexico.
Last year, I (live/lived) in Mexico.
100
Joe took his lunch to work.
Joe took (his/he's) lunch to work.
100
There are many guests at the party.
There (is/are) many guests at the party.
100
Pineapples cost $3.79 each.
How much do pineapples cost? (Answer in a complete sentence)
200
He is working on his computer right now.
He is (works/working) on his computer right now.
200
She was an engineer.
She (was/were) an engineer.
200
Peter's last name is Brown.
(Peter is/Peter's) last name is Brown.
200
Is there some cheese in the fridge?
(Is/Are) there some cheese in the fridge?
200
Bananas cost 69 cents a pound.
How much do bananas cost? (Answer in a complete sentence)
300
Are you going to work now?
Are you (go/going) to work now?
300
They didn't sweep their kitchen floor.
They (didn't/doesn't) sweep their kitchen floor.
300
Their children go to school.
(They/Their) children go to school.
300
I need some milk.
I need (some/one) milk.
300
Two packages of hotdogs cost $5.98
How much do two packages of Sunny Farms hotdogs cost? (Answer in a complete sentence)
400
I am cooking dinner; I like to use fresh vegetables.
I am (cook/cooking) dinner; I like to (use/using) fresh vegetables.
400
He cleaned his apartment yesterday, then he took his trash to the dump.
He (cleans/cleaned) his apartment yesterday, then he (taked/took) his trash to the dump.
400
Kathy's brother builds houses; her sister works at Walmart.
(Kathy's/Kathy is) brother builds houses; (her/she's) sister works at Walmart.
400
We bought some coffee and a few oranges at the store.
We bought (any/some) coffee and (a few/a little) oranges at the store.
400
100 paper napkins are $1.95
How much are 100 paper napkins? (Answer in a complete sentence)
500
They are watching TV; they like action movies.
They are (watch/watching) TV; they (are liking/like) action movies.
500
Last week, I drove to work; today I'm walking to work.
Last week, I (drove/drived) to work; today I'm (walk/walking) to work.
500
We washed our clothes last night; I ironed my shirt this morning
We washed (our/ours) clothes last night; I ironed (me/my) shirt this morning.
500
There aren't any bottles of soda, but there are a few packages of meat.
There (isn't/aren't) any bottles of soda, but there (is/are) (a little/a few) packages of meat.
500
A half-gallon of milk is $2.50.
How much is one half-gallon of milk? (Answer in a complete sentence)






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