Verb Tense Packet

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Verb Tense Packet
P. 35, Part A
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Eric went to the video arcade after school.
Barbara’s stepfather will drive us home.
We walk past that church every day.
Ducks and geese fly south in the fall.
A committee will plan the graduation dance.
Our goalie worked hard in the preseason.
Invariably, I break my pencils during a test.
When shall I come over to your house?
Page 35, Part B.
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2.
3.
4.
play
finish
throw
wear
Perfect Tenses, p. 36
1. has won =
2. have memorized =
3. had fallen =
4. will have finished =
5. have put =
6. had read =
7. Has begun =
8. shall have eaten =
9. has broken down =
10.had fixed =
Perfect Tenses
1. has won = present perfect
2. have memorized = present perfect
3. had fallen = past perfect
4. will have finished = future perfect
5. have put = present perfect
6. had read = past perfect
7. Has begun = present perfect
8. shall have eaten = future perfect
9. has broken down = present perfect
10.had fixed = past perfect
Page 36, Part B.
1. wear (past perfect) = had worn + time clue
2. speak (present perfect) = has/have spoken
3. climb (present perfect) = has/have climbed
4. travel (future perfect) = will/shall have traveled
+ time clue
Page 36, Part B.
1. wear (past perfect) = had worn + time clue
By the time my mom gave the sweatshirt
away, I had worn it 6 times.
2. speak (present perfect) = has/have spoken
She has never spoken of the matter to me.
3. climb (present perfect) = has/have climbed
I have never climbed a mountain.
4. travel (future perfect) = will/shall have traveled
+ time clue
I shall have traveled to Spain by next year.
Past perfect
Simple Past Tense
I had finished my homework
before I went out.
I went outside at 5:00.
Why use perfect tense?
• Indicate, esp. for past perfect and future
perfect, what event the verb precedes.
I have already taught a lesson on the perfect
tense before class began today.
wear (past perfect) = had worn
** I had worn sweatpants every day this year
until the weather turned cold.
** She had worn the black shirt the day before
her concert, which was last Tuesday.
**He had never worn his new jersey before last
week’s tournament.
Part B.
1. wear (past perfect) = had worn
** I had worn sweatpants every day this year until
I had my picture taken.
** She had worn the black shirt the day before her
concert, so it wasn’t available for her concert.
2. speak (present perfect) = has/have spoken
** He has spoken to his class about discipline
several times already.
** I have spoken to you about this behavior
before.
3. climb (present perfect) = has/have climbed
** They’ve climbed the mountain twice before.
4. travel (future perfect) = will/shall have traveled
** I will have traveled 400 miles by the time this trip
is over.
Please turn to pages 50 & 51 in your
vocab. book!
• Analyze the passage on “Elephant Culture and
Conservation” for VERBS IN THE PERFECT TENSE!
Underline and number the perfect tense verbs as
you go.
• When you finish analyzing for tense, go back and
find at least 5 passive voice verbs!
• Be careful!
Please turn to pages 50 & 51 in your
vocab. book!
Analyze the passage on “Elephant Culture and
Conservation” for VERBS IN THE PERFECT TENSE!
Underline and number the perfect tense verbs as you
go.
• Remember– “have” and “has” + past tense verb =
present perfect tense; “had” + past tense verb = past
perfect tense.
• “Have,” “has,” and “had” on their own are action
verbs and are in the simple present or simple past
tense.
• Be careful!
Begin, break, bring, choose, p. 38
1. have chosen
2. chose
3. have begun
4. has broken
5. broke
6. has broken
7. began
8. chose
9. Have chosen
10. have brought
11. have begun
12. have broken
13. will have broken
14. are broken in
15. do bring
16. chose
17. has begun
18. have broken
19. Has brought
20. began
Come, do, drink, eat, p. 39
1. had eaten
2. drank
3. did
4. came
5. ate
6. have eaten
7. has done
8. drank
9. ate
10. did
11.came
12. Has done
13. has drunk
14. did
15. have eaten
16. has come
17. has drunk
18. has done
19. ‘ve (have) eaten
20. came
21. has eaten
22. drank
Give, Go, Grow, Know, p. 40
1. have given
2. must have known
3. went
4. has gone
5. have grown
6. has given
7. knew
8. knew
9. grew
10. gave
11. Have gone
12. has given
13. gave
14. knew
15. was given
16. have gone
17. has grown
18. have known
19. grew
20. knew
21. gave
22. have grown
Rise, Run, See, Sing, Speak, Steal, p. 41
1. has run
2. sang
3. saw
4. Have seen
5. spoke
6. must have spoken
7. stole
8. had risen
9. sang
10.Have spoken
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12.
13.
14.
15.
16.
17.
18.
19.
20.
has seen
has run
spoke
sang
has risen
ran
had seen
was spoken
could have stolen
has risen
Swim, Take, Throw, Write, p. 42
1. swam
2. were thrown
3. threw
4. has taken
5. have written
6. swam
7. wrote
8. has taken
9. swam
10. have swum
11. had thrown
12.
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15.
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17.
18.
19.
20.
21.
22.
took
were written
took
had taken
has thrown
threw
had written
wrote
has written
must be taken
swam
Fall, Freeze, Ride, Ring, p. 43
1. must have frozen
2. has fallen
3. has rung
4. have ridden
5. fell
6. rang
7. froze
8. fell
9. rode
10. rang
11. has fallen
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21.
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has frozen
has fallen
rode
Has rung
have fallen
were frozen
rang
has ridden
has fallen
Have frozen
rode
Irregular Verbs #140
1. The children took their new notebooks to school.
(take)
2. Uncle Ted has already caught a ten-pound bass this
year. (catch)
3. The pond froze just in time for the winter carnival.
(freeze)
4. Because my parents own a kennel, I have seen many
dogs. (see)
5. The Spaniards bred horses for more than a
thousand years. (breed)
6. The eagle spread her wings and swooped into the
canyon. (spread)
7. That trail bike cost more than I had in the bank, so I
bought the three-speed instead. (cost)
8. Now that you have set the table, maybe you’d like to
put some flowers in a vase. (set)
9. The Titanic sank on her maiden voyage when she
hit an iceberg. (sink)
10. Joann has swum forty laps three times this week.
(swim)
11. Henry David Thoreau built a small cabin on Walden
Pond and wrote about living a simple life. (build)
12. My mother has kept my great-grandmother’s
engagement ring in our strongbox for ten years. (keep)
13. Now that I have taught you to swim, you should take a
Red Cross water safety course. (teach)
14. The scoutmaster told the campers a story around the
campfire. (tell)
Troublesome Verbs, p. 228
1. will rise
11. Do raise voice
2. raise window
12. rose
3. had risen
13. rise
4. rises
14. rises
5. has risen
15. sheep are raised (PV)
6. have risen
16. raise trucks
7. blinds were raised (PV) 17.has raised objection
8. raised hand
18. raised voice
9. raise flag
19. rose
10.rises
20. rose
Sit or Set?
Sit is a verb that means “to be seated” or “to
rest.”
Sit seldom takes an object.
sit
sat
(has) sat
Set is a verb that means “to place” or “to put
(something).” Set usually takes an object.
set
set
(has) set
Practice
1. The guests will
in the front row.
2. __________the mail on the table.
3. Who will
4. The clock has
5. We had to
in the front row?
on that ledge for a long time.
in the end zone.
Practice
1. The guests will sit in the front row.
2. Set the mail on the table.
3. Who will sit in the front row?
4. The clock has sat on that ledge for a long time.
5. We had to sit in the end zone.
Practice
6. Adam has
7. Carol
8.
quietly for a long time.
the lamp near the couch.
the dishes on the table.
9. Mrs. Young will
10. Have you
in Congress if she wins.
the time for the party?
Practice
6. Adam has sat quietly for a long time.
7. Carol set the lamp near the couch.
8. Set the dishes on the table.
9. Mrs. Young will sit in Congress if she wins.
10. Have you set the time for the party?
Practice
11. Everyone on the bus
12.
13. Will you
down.
the chairs up on the lawn.
your books on the desk?
14. The students may
in the library and read.
15. When will we be able to
down?
Practice
11. Everyone on the bus sat down.
12. Set the chairs up on the lawn.
13. Will you set your books on the desk?
14. The students may sit in the library and read.
15. When will we be able to sit down?
Practice
16. I had to carry the box because there was no place to
__________ it down.
17. How long will we
in the doctor’s office?
18. Our dog can
and watch the squirrels for hours.
19. Peter had
the pencils on the table.
20. Please
with us on the porch for a while.
Practice
16. I had to carry the box because there was no place to
set it down.
17. How long will we sit in the doctor’s office?
18. Our dog can sit and watch the squirrels for hours.
19. Peter had set the pencils on the table.
20. Please sit with us on the porch for a while.
Use rise, raise, sit, and set as verbs
correctly in one sentence.
Use rise, raise, sit, and set as verbs
correctly in one sentence.
• Always rise to address the court when you raise
an objection, and then you must set your
argument before the judge who sits on the bench.
• As the sun rose, the students sat down, set their
books on the desks, and got ready to raise their
hands.
• His friend was sitting on a couch next to a table
where he was setting down a lamp, but before he
put the lamp down, he raised the window to see
smoke rising in the distance.
Use Them!
1. Brainstorm all the uses you know for sit:
Use Them!
1. Brainstorm all the uses you know for sit:
– intransitive irregular meaning to rest
– sit irregular figuratively meaning to serve in an
elected/appointed position
– can mean to pose for a portrait
– short form of babysit can have d. o. or not
Use Them!
2. Brainstorm all the uses you know for set:
Use Them!
2. Brainstorm all the uses you know for set:
– transitive irregular meaning to place something
– trans. irregular meaning to program for activation
– intransitive irregular meaning to go down
– intransitive irregular meaning to form
– transitive irregular meaning to prepare for a play in
sports?
– TRANSITIVE irregular meaning to achieve a record
– noun meaning theatrical environment
– noun meaning something that goes together either
numerically, literally, or figuratively
Use Them!
1. Brainstorm all the uses you know for rise:
Use Them!
1. Brainstorm all the uses you know for rise:
– intrans. irregular meaning to get up or go up to a
literal or figurative measure
– intrans. irregular meaning to meet a challenge
– noun meaning a measurement above a previous one
– noun referring to an area in garments
– (British noun meaning increase in salary)
– figurative noun meaning a strong reaction
Use Them!
2. Brainstorm all the uses you know for raise:
Use Them!
2. Brainstorm all the uses you know for raise:
– trans. regular meaning to lift up, elevate, or increase
– trans. regular meaning to fund a cause
– trans. regular meaning to bring up
– American noun meaning an increase in salary
Proofread:
I laid awake for hours, furious, thinking about how
my sister had lied to my parents. It all started when she
took my bike—without permission–and left it laying out
in the driveway instead of putting it away the day
before, and then telling my mom that I was the one who
lay my bike on the ground and left it there. My mom laid
into me for being careless. I knew my sister was the
cause of the trouble, as usual, but I couldn’t wake her
up because she had just lain down for a nap after
coming home from a nightlong lock-in. The bottom line
was that while I got my phone taken away because my
parents said I wasn’t “behaving responsibly” with my
bike, my sister was still laying in bed with a deceptively
cherubic expression on her smug little face.
Troublesome Verbs, p. 229
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
laid sewing
lying
is lying
lie
lay
lay
11. has lain
12. lie
13. has laid trap
14. lay
15. had laid newspaper
16. laid sleeping bag
7. napkins should be laid (PV) 17. lies
8. lies
18. was lying
9. is lying
19. lie (present tense)
10. was lying
20. laid burdens
Troublesome Verbs, p. 230
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