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Published on November 8, 2008

Author: davidcriniti

Source: slideshare.net

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Updated 27 July 09 to add interactivity.

Multiple choice quiz on basic computer verbs such as clicking, turning monitors and computers on and off, printing, saving, typing, etc. Questions are in past, present and future tense.
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Yesterday, the woman ________ an email. typed type types typing PAST TENSE

The woman _____ an email. typed type types typing PRESENT TENSE

The woman will _____ an email. FUTURE TENSE typed type types typing

Yesterday, the woman ________ at the screen. looked look looks looking PAST TENSE

The woman _____ at the screen. PRESENT TENSE looked look looks looking

The woman will _____ at the screen. FUTURE TENSE looked look looks looking

Yesterday, the man ________ an email. sended send sent sending PAST TENSE

The man ________ an email. PRESENT TENSE sends send sent sending

The man will _____ an email. FUTURE TENSE sends send sent sending

Yesterday, the man __________ an email. PAST TENSE receives receive received receiving

The man __________ an email. PRESENT TENSE receives receive received receiving

The man will __________ an email. FUTURE TENSE receives receive received receiving

Yesterday, the person __________ the window. PAST TENSE minimises minimise minimised minimising

The person __________ the window. PRESENT TENSE minimises minimise minimised minimising

The person will _______ the window. FUTURE TENSE minimises minimise minimised minimising

Yesterday, the person __________ the window. PAST TENSE maximises maximise maximised maximising

The person __________ the window. PRESENT TENSE maximises maximise maximised maximising

The person will _______ the window. FUTURE TENSE maximises maximise maximised maximising

Yesterday, the person __________ the window. PAST TENSE restores restore restored restoring

The person __________ the window. PRESENT TENSE restores restore restored restoring

The person will _______ the window. FUTURE TENSE restores restore restored restoring

Yesterday, the person __________ the monitor. PAST TENSE turns off turn off turned off turning off

The person __________ the monitor. PRESENT TENSE turns off turn off turned off turning off

The person will _______ the monitor. FUTURE TENSE turns off turn off turned off turning off

Yesterday, the person __________ the monitor. PAST TENSE turns on turn on turned on turning on

The person __________ the monitor. PRESENT TENSE turns on turn on turned on turning on

The person will _______ the monitor. FUTURE TENSE turns on turn on turned on turning on

Yesterday, the person __________ the computer. PAST TENSE turns on turn on turned on turning on

The person __________ the computer. PRESENT TENSE turns on turn on turned on turning on

The person will _______ the computer. FUTURE TENSE turns on turn on turned on turning on

Yesterday, the person __________ the computer. PAST TENSE turns off turn off turned off turning off

The person __________ the computer. PRESENT TENSE turns off turn off turned off turning off

The person will _______ the computer. FUTURE TENSE turns off turn off turned off turning off

Yesterday, the person __________ the mouse. PAST TENSE clicks click clicked clicking

The person __________ the mouse. PRESENT TENSE clicks click clicked clicking

The person will _______ the mouse. FUTURE TENSE clicks click clicked clicking

Yesterday, the person __________ the mouse. PAST TENSE right clicks right click right clicked right clicking

The person __________ the mouse. PRESENT TENSE right clicks right click right clicked right clicking

The person will _______ the mouse. FUTURE TENSE right clicks right click right clicked right clicking

Yesterday, the person _____________ the mouse. PAST TENSE double clicks double click double clicked double clicking

The person _______________ the mouse. PRESENT TENSE double clicks double click double clicked double clicking

The person will _____________ the mouse. FUTURE TENSE double clicks double click double clicked double clicking

Yesterday, the person _____________. PAST TENSE scrolls up scroll up scrolled up scrolling up

The person _______________. PRESENT TENSE scrolls up scroll up scrolled up scrolling up

The person will _____________. FUTURE TENSE scrolls up scroll up scrolled up scrolling up

Yesterday, the person _____________. PAST TENSE scrolls down scroll down scrolled down scrolling down

The person _______________. PRESENT TENSE scrolls down scroll down scrolled down scrolling down

The person will _____________. FUTURE TENSE scrolls down scroll down scrolled down scrolling down

Yesterday, the person _____________. PAST TENSE clicking and dragging click and drag clicks and drags clicked and dragged

The person _______________. PRESENT TENSE clicking and dragging click and drag clicks and drags clicked and dragged

The person will _____________. FUTURE TENSE clicking and dragging click and drag clicks and drags clicked and dragged

Yesterday, the file _____________ inside the folder. PAST TENSE was saved was save was saving was saves

The file _______________ inside the folder. PRESENT TENSE is saved is save is saving is saves

The file _____________ inside the folder. FUTURE TENSE will be saving will be saved will be saves will be save

Yesterday, the printer _____________ a document. PAST TENSE printed print printing prints

The printer _______________ a document. PRESENT TENSE printed print printing prints

The printer _____________ a document. FUTURE TENSE will printed will print will printing will prints

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