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Write The Correct Verb - Talking About Books

English verbs and books

In this Free English Lesson, you can practise your English verb tenses and learn how to talk about books in English.

This will help your English for conversation and exams such as IELTS. Please write or voice type the correct form of each verb. If your answer is incorrect, just write a new answer in the space.

The answers + free verb study links are at the bottom of this page.

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The answers are at the bottom of this page 

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Here are the answers to your writing quiz.


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Sarah:
  Do you enjoy reading? (ENJOY)

Mary: Yes, I read a lot. (READ)

Sarah:  How many books do you read per year?  (READ)

Mary: I'm/I am not sure but I guess I read around 20 books a year. (BE, READ)

Sarah:  What are you reading at the moment? (READ)

Mary: I'm reading/I am reading my favourite book again.  (READ)

Sarah:  How many times have you read it before? (READ)

Mary: I have read/I've read it six times. (READ)

Sarah:  Who wrote it and what is the name of the book? (WRITE, BE)

Mary: It is called/It’s called Wuthering Heights and it was written by Emily Bronte. Have you ever read/Have you read it? (CALL, WRITE, READ)

Sarah:  No, I haven’t read/I have not read it. I hardly ever read books. I love watching movies though. (READ, READ, LOVE)

 

Did you make any mistakes in the exercise? If so, please try it again!

Study Links:

Did you get 100% in the Quiz?  If so - congratulations! If not, please study these English Verb Tenses that were used in the writing exercise:

 

Present Simple Verbs 

Present Continuous Verbs 

Past Simple Verbs 

Past Continuous Verbs 

Present Perfect Simple Verbs 

English verb writing exercise for talking about books