Time Adverbs Worksheet For Class 7 CBSE

Complete the following sentences using appropriate time adverbs. Time adverbs tell us the time of an action.

1. James has not —————— arrived. (yet / just / already)

2. I have ——————– received a letter from your Dad. (just / yet / ever)

3. I have worked in this company ——————— 15 years. (for / since / from)

4. I have known him ———————– ten years. (for / since / from)

5. We have lived in this city ———————- 1995. (since / for / yet)

6. Where have you been ———————- I last saw you? (for / from / since)

7. I have ————————- prepared the dinner. (already / yet / since)

8. Have you called the doctor ———————? (yet / already / just)

9. We have ———————- to hear from the bank. (yet / still / just)

10. He has ———————- found a good job. (just / still / yet)

Answers

1. James has not yet arrived.

2. I have just received a letter from your Dad.

3. I have worked in this company for 15 years.

4. I have known him for ten years.

5. We have lived in this city since 1995.

6. Where have you been since I last saw you?

7. I have already prepared the dinner.

8. Have you called the doctor yet?

9. We have yet to hear from the bank.

10. He has just found a good job.

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