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Verb Tense Lesson

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  • 1. Warm Up On your own paper… Copy the following sentences, correcting all errors
    • 1. Yesterday my parents give me a birthday present.
    • 2. Our band are looking for a new drummer.
    • 3. The players works together to win as a team.
    • 4. Elkton winning last night’s game.
    • 5. When I tell Mr. Brown, he will believed me.
    • 6. We needs a responsible team player that have a good sense of humor.
  • 2. Verbs in Use! Tenses and Agreement
  • 3. Agreement in Number
    • A verb must agree with its subject in number.
      • Number means singular or plural
        • If the subject is singular (referring to one), you must use a singular form of the verb.
        • If the subject is plural (more than one), you must use a plural form of the verb.
  • 4. You choose the correct form of the verb!
    • He cry/cries when he think/thinks about his broken dreams.
    • They cry/cries when they think/thinks about their broken dreams.
    • My teacher believe/believes we should work every day.
    • My teachers believe/believes we should work every day.
  • 5. You choose the correct form of the verb!
    • He cry/ cries when he think/ thinks about his broken dreams.
    • They cry/cries when they think/thinks about their broken dreams.
    • My teacher believe/believes we should work every day.
    • My teachers believe/believes we should work every day.
  • 6. You choose the correct form of the verb!
    • He cry/ cries when he think/ thinks about his broken dreams.
    • They cry /cries when they think /thinks about their broken dreams.
    • My teacher believe/believes we should work every day.
    • My teachers believe/believes we should work every day.
  • 7. You choose the correct form of the verb!
    • He cry/ cries when he think/ thinks about his broken dreams.
    • They cry /cries when they think /thinks about their broken dreams.
    • My teacher believe/ believes we should work every day.
    • My teachers believe/believes we should work every day.
  • 8. You choose the correct form of the verb!
    • He cry/ cries when he think/ thinks about his broken dreams.
    • They cry /cries when they think /thinks about their broken dreams.
    • My teacher believe/ believes we should work every day.
    • My teachers believe /believes we should work every day.
  • 9. Simple Tenses
    • A tense is a verb form that shows the time of an action or condition
    • Verbs have three simple tenses:
      • Present Tense
      • Past Tense
      • Future Tense
  • 10. Simple Tenses The car door opens easily.
  • 11. Simple Tenses The car door opens easily. The present tense shows that an action or condition occurs NOW
  • 12. Simple Tenses The car door opens easily. The present tense shows that an action or condition occurs NOW The car door opened , and the man stepped out.
  • 13. The car door opens easily. The present tense shows that an action or condition occurs NOW The car door opened , and the man stepped out. The past tense shows that an action or condition was completed in the past
  • 14. The car door opens easily. The present tense shows that an action or condition occurs NOW The car door opened , and the man stepped out. The past tense shows that an action or condition was completed in the past The car door will open , and I will jump out.
  • 15. The car door opens easily. The present tense shows that an action or condition occurs NOW The car door opened , and the man stepped out. The past tense shows that an action or condition was completed in the past The car door will open , and I will jump out. The future tense shows that an action or condition will occur in the future.
  • 16. Progressive Forms
    • A progressive form of a verb expresses an action or condition in progress.
    • Progressive forms of the three simple tenses are used to show that actions or conditions were, are, or will be in progress
  • 17. Progressive Chart You are writing notes about verbs.
  • 18. Progressive Chart You are writing notes about verbs. Present Progressive
  • 19. Progressive Chart You are writing notes about verbs. Present Progressive You were reading novels earlier.
  • 20. Progressive Chart You are writing notes about verbs. Present Progressive You were reading novels earlier. Past Progressive
  • 21. Progressive Chart You are writing notes about verbs. Present Progressive You were reading novels earlier. Past Progressive You will be cheering on the last day of school. Future Progressive
  • 22.
    • Open your Language Network books to page 107.
    • Complete # 1-10.
    APPLY IT !
  • 23. Perfect Tenses
    • The present perfect tense places an action or condition in a stretch of time leading up to the present.
  • 24. Perfect Tenses
    • The present perfect tense places an action or condition in a stretch of time leading up to the present.
    Many people have rafted through the Grand Canyon
  • 25. Perfect Tenses
    • The present perfect tense places an action or condition in a stretch of time leading up to the present.
    Many people have rafted through the Grand Canyon People rafted through the canyon at unspecified times before the present.
  • 26. Perfect Tenses
    • The past perfect tense places an action or condition before another past action or condition.
  • 27. Perfect Tenses
    • The past perfect tense places an action or condition before another past action or condition.
    After the guide had straightened the raft, we entered the rapids.
  • 28. Perfect Tenses
    • The past perfect tense places an action or condition before another past action or condition.
    After the guide had straightened the raft, we entered the rapids. The straightening occurred before the entering.
  • 29. Perfect Tenses
    • The future perfect tense places a future action or condition before another future action or condition.
  • 30. Perfect Tenses
    • The future perfect tense places a future action or condition before another future action or condition.
    We will have cleared many rapids before the trip ends
  • 31. Perfect Tenses
    • The future perfect tense places a future action or condition before another future action or condition.
    We will have cleared many rapids before the trip ends The clearing will occur before the ending.
  • 32. APPLY IT !
    • Page 109 in Language Network Book, Copy the forming Perfect Tenses Chart into your notes.
    • Language Network Book page 110 Complete #1-10