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Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

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You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The paarot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, of of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?

You are the first crew to discover Treasure Island. Rumor has it that a great pirate's treasure is hidden there. You only have five days to find it. Otherwise more pirates will show up and steal it from you. Several dangerous tasks await you. If you complete them all, the treasure wil be YOURS.

Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

Next

You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The paarot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, of of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?

Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

Next

You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The parrot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, of of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?

Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

Next

You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The paarot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, one of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?

Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

Next

You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The paarot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, of of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?

Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

Next

You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The paarot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, of of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?

Treasure Island

Simple Present

Present Progressive

Simple Past

Present Perfect

Tenses Mix

You take your first steps on the island. In the distance you see an old man. You believe that he can help you on your journey, so you approach him. The only thing he says is: "If you wish to proceed, you will need to prove your mastery of the simple present tense." He hands you a paper with a task on it.

On the second day of your journey, you you see a big boulder that blocks your way. There is a parrot sitting on a nearby tree. As you go closer, you can understand a few very interesting things: "Go on? Show present progressive. Present progressive!" The paarot then flies down onto a small box. As you open it, you see another paper with a task.

On the third day, you pass some palm trees. All of them look very similar. Suddenly, of of your crew mates yells: "Hey, we found something". You run to your mates and see a weather-beaten message carved on a tree. It says: "Whoever wishes to find the treasure needs to show mastery of the simple past tense. Open the box buried underneath and complete the tasks in order to find your way through this jungle."

It is the fourth day of your journey. As you feel your feet starting to ache, you hear a voice: "Hey, you! Get over here!" You look up and see a withered old woman. "I know what you're up to. It's not really my concern, but I can tell you the way to your goal. There is just one little thing you need to do for me... Solve this stupid task! I skipped school so that I have no idea about this present perfect thing. Maybe we can help each other out. What do you say?" You grab the paper and start doing what needs to be done.

It is the fifth day of your journey and last chance to obtain the treasure before other pirate crews enter the island. After a long walk you see an old man. You realize that it is the same old man you met at the beginning of your journey. He laughs out loud and says: "Well, well, well. If it isn't the treasure hunter again. You've come far, but the most dangerous task still lies ahead". He then points to a collection of papers and assignments. Does he expect us to complete them all?