I tried to solve some subject verb forms ,but i don't know if those are all correct . Please let me know if any of these are wrong.

1. The cat fall (has/have) from a high place.
ans.1. The cat has fallen from a high place.

2. They swim quite a distance.
ans.2. They were swimming quite a distance.

3. (Raise/Rise) the banner above your head.
ans.3. Raise the banner above your head.

4. He (was/were) teach to dance by his master.
ans.4. He was taught to dance by his master.

5. She be sitting with us for quite a while.
ans.5. She was sitting with us for quite a while.

6. Super Junior be a South Korean band.
ans.6. Super Junior is a South Korean band.

Hi,

These are all correct sentences.

Clive
I am really confused with number 2 , can you please tell me that if I use "they swam" would it be appropriate .

Thanks for the fast reply , really apprieciated it.
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Hi,
2. They swim quite a distance.
ans.2. They were swimming quite a distance.

I am really confused with number 2 , can you please tell me that if I use "they swam" would it be appropriate .

You have not told us the instructions with this question. Are you supposed to use some particular tense?

A lot of tenses are possible here.
eg They swam quite a difference.
eg They will swim quite a distance.
eg They will be swimming quite a distance.
eg They have swum quite a difference.
Which tense do you want to use?

Clive
CliveHi,
2. They swim quite a distance.ans.2. They were swimming quite a distance.I am really confused with number 2 , can you please tell me that if I use "they swam" would it be appropriate .You have not told us the instructions with this question. Are you supposed to use some particular tense?A lot of tenses are possible here.eg They swam quite a difference.eg They will swim quite a distance.eg They will be swimming quite a distance.eg They have swum quite a difference.Which tense do you want to use?Clive
no no there is no instructions for a particular tense , but question says to put helping verbs if necessary.

Consequestly , number 2 is correct, I guess...

Thanks for the help.