August 24, 2011 Verb conjugation and verb tenses 1st period EDIT

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August 24, 2011
Verb conjugation and verb tenses
1st period
EDIT
Conjugation: the creation of derived forms of a verb from its infinitive
form to reflect the subject.
Examples: to see, to read, to be, to go
to see
I
see we see
he/she/it sees they see
you
see you see
to be
I
am we are
he/she/it is they are
you
are you are
to read
I
read we read
he/she/it reads they read
you
read you read
to go
I
go we go
he/she/it goes they go
you
go you go
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
2nd period
EDIT
Choose the word or phrase that best completes the sentence.
Johnny _____ breathing heavily.
a. has
b. have
c. were
d. was
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
3rd period
EDIT
Choose the answer that is written correctly and shows the correct subjectverb agreement.
a. I notices he’s staring at the boy’s hand.
b. He were wearing three heavy rings.
c. I looked quickly at Johnny, an idea dawning on me.
d. I remembers that it was a blue Mustang that pulled up beside the
vacant lot and Johnny’s face had been cut up by someone wearing
rings.
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
4th period
EDIT
Choose the answer that is written correctly and shows the correct subjectverb agreement.
a. Two-Bit take a long drag on his cigarette.
b. Johnny slouch and hook his thumbs in his pockets.
c. I just stiffens.
d. We can look meaner than anything when we want to.
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
5th period
EDIT
Choose the answer that is written correctly and shows the correct subjectverb agreement.
a. Looking tough come in handy.
b. Two-Bit cocked an eyebrow.
c. He snatch up an empty bottle.
d. He give it to me.
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
6th period
EDIT
Choose the answer that is written correctly and shows the correct subjectverb agreement.
a. Then he reach in his back pocket.
b. He flip out his switchblade.
c. Cherry shuddered.
d. I pulls her to one side.
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
7th period
EDIT
Choose the answer that is written correctly and shows the correct subjectverb agreement.
a. “I couldn’t use this,” I said, dropping the pop bottle.
b. I has to tell her that.
c. I seen her eyes when Two-Bit flicked out his switch.
d. “I know,” she say quietly.
WRITE
Write a sentence and underline the subject. Circle the verb in the
sentence.
August 25, 2011
1st period
EDIT
Verb tense: indicates the time of the action or the state of being
expressed by the verb.
Present: I speak
Past: I spoke
Future: I will speak
Present Perfect: I have spoken
Past Perfect: I had spoken
Future Perfect: I will have spoken
WRITE
Write a sentence in the present tense.
2nd period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
Kara knows the answer to the question.
a. Present
b. Past
c. Future
d. Present Perfect
WRITE
Write a sentence in future tense.
3rd period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
Kara knew the answer to the question.
e. Present
f. Past
g. Future
h. Present Perfect
WRITE
Write a sentence in past tense.
4th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They have bought a car.
a. Present
b. Past
c. Present Perfect
d. Past Perfect
WRITE
Write a sentence in future tense.
5th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They will sing in the choir.
a. Present
b. Future
c. Present Perfect
d. Past Perfect
WRITE
Write a sentence in present perfect tense.
6th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
She had taught English.
a. Present
b. Future
c. Present Perfect
d. Past Perfect
WRITE
Write a sentence in past perfect tense.
7th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They will speak again.
a. Present
b. Future
c. Present Perfect
d. Past Perfect
WRITE
Write a sentence in present tense.
August 26, 2011
1st period
EDIT
The progressive form of each tense expresses continuing action. It
consists of the verb to be plus the present participle of a verb.
Present Progressive: I am speaking
Past Progressive: I was speaking
Future Progressive: I will be speaking
Present Perfect Progressive: I have been speaking
Past Perfect Progressive: I had been speaking
Future Perfect Progressive: I will have been speaking
WRITE
Write a sentence in present progressive.
2nd period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They will be speaking again.
a. Present Progressive
b. Past Progressive
c. Future Progressive
d. Present Perfect Progressive
WRITE
Write a sentence in past progressive.
3rd period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They are speaking again.
a. Present Progressive
b. Past Progressive
c. Future Progressive
d. Present Perfect Progressive
WRITE
Write a sentence in future progressive.
4th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They will not be speaking again.
a. Present Progressive
b. Past Progressive
c. Future Progressive
d. Present Perfect Progressive
WRITE
Write a sentence in present perfect progressive.
5th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They have been speaking again.
a. Present Progressive
b. Past Progressive
c. Future Progressive
d. Present Perfect Progressive
WRITE
Write a sentence in present perfect progressive.
6th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They had been speaking again.
a. Present Progressive
b. Past Perfect Progressive
c. Future Perfect Progressive
d. Present Perfect Progressive
WRITE
Write a sentence in past perfect progressive.
7th period
EDIT
Identify the verb tense in the sentence.
They will have been speaking again.
a. Present Progressive
b. Past Perfect Progressive
c. Future Perfect Progressive
d. Present Perfect Progressive
WRITE
Write a sentence in future perfect progressive.
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