Purple Level Quiz #27:  let   write by hand

Directions: Put the verb “let” into the correct verb tense or form. Some verbs are negative.

1. She is letting her hair grow long. (present continuous tense)

2. He doesn’t let his children walk to the store by themselves. (present tense — negative)

3. The police will let residents back into the area after it’s safe. (future tense)

4. Let me help you. (imperative)

5. Don’t let them eat all that candy. (imperative — negative)

6. You need to let the cake cool off before eating it. (infinitive)

7. Who let the dog out? (past tense)

8. The teacher lets his students chew gum in the classroom. (present tense)

9. The people who captured the wild rabbits had to let them go. (have to, past tense)

10. Are they letting us go early? (present continuous tense)

11. Why didn’t security officials let the man get onto the plane? (past tense — negative)

12. Over a hundred criminals were let out of prison early due to overcrowding. (past tense, passive voice)

13. We should let the kids decide where to go for vacation this year. (should)

14. Who lets their children stay out past midnight?! (present tense)

15. That man has let his beard grow very long. (present perfect tense)

16. Everyone was let back into the building after the fire drill had ended. (past tense, passive voice)

17. Letting the dog eat all that pizza is not a good idea. (gerund)

18. Let‘s go fishing this weekend. (imperative)

19.This website won’t let me enter my information. (will — negative)

20. How much money did the bank let you borrow?