Purple Level Quiz #22:  run   write by hand

Directions: Put the verb "run" into the correct verb tense or form. Some verbs are negative.

1. Louisa __________ in the Twin Cities Marathon every year. (present tense)

2. The water ________ ____________ in the kitchen sink. (present continuous tense)

3. Hector __________ __________ fast enough to qualify for the track meet. (past tense -- negative)

4. Rep. Mary Benitez __________ ___________ for re-election to Congress this year. (future tense -- negative)

5. We __________ our last car into the ground before buying a new one. (past tense)

6. I _________ ___________ late, so I drove to work this morning instead of taking the bus. (past continuous tense)

7. __________ this toy __________ on batteries? (present tense)

8. __________ you __________ ________ __________ to the store later on? ("going to" future tense)

9. They __________ __________ ____________ around town all day shopping. (present perfect continuous tense)

10. Bert Jenkins __________ ___________ for political office. Everyone likes him. (should)

11. She __________ __________ __________ the idea of creating a new department past her boss. (should - past)

12. Baldness in men ___________ in their family. (present tense)

13. You __________ _________ ________ _________ a cable from the computer to the router. (have to, future)

14. The buses __________ ____________ on schedule today. (past continuous tense -- negative)

15. The company __________ _________ __________ under new management. (future tense, passive voice)

16. My car __________ ___________ very well anymore. (present tense -- negative)

17. To avoid _____________ out of space, you should throw a few things out. (gerund)

18. The family's business __________ ____________ in such a way that kept everyone happy. (past tense -- passive voice)

19. Cynthia __________ __________ ___________ this machine at work anymore. (future continuous tense -- negative)

20. George's nose __________ ___________ ______________ all day. (present perfect continuous tense)

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