Underlining-Helping-Verbs-Worksheet

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Name: _________________________
Date: _________________
Underlining Helping Verbs
• A helping verb is used with an action verb.
• The main verb usually comes after the helping verb, and states the
action.
Examples of some helping verbs:
will
are
would
is
can
am
could
have
has
may
might
had
was
Read each sentence. Underline the helping verb(s) once and the main verb
twice.
1. He might have fallen!
2. Ella is playing the piano.
3. His uncle can drive us to school tomorrow morning.
4. The librarian might read us a story about insects.
5. They could hear the ambulance down the street.
6. You are talking too much!
7. The puppy would like a treat.
8. Simon and Brandon have seen the movie already.
9. I am writing a funny story.
10. You should never run in the hallway.
11. My friend Elena should visit soon.
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Name: _________________________
Date: _________________
Helping Verbs
• A helping verb is used with an action verb.
• The main verb usually comes after the helping verb, and states the
action.
Examples of some helping verbs:
will
would
are
is
can
am
could
have
has
may
might
had
was
Read each sentence. Underline the helping verb(s) once and the main verb
twice.
1. He might have fallen!
2. Ella is playing the piano.
3. His uncle can drive us to school tomorrow morning.
4. The librarian might read us a story about insects.
5. They could hear the ambulance down the street.
6. You are talking too much!
7. The puppy would like a treat.
8. Simon and Brandon have seen the movie already.
9. I am writing a funny story.
10. You should never run in the hallway.
11. My friend Elena should visit soon.
www.englishlinx.com
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