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    • Action VerbsA Project LA Activityjump
    • What is an action verb?A verb is one of the mostimportant parts of the sentence.It tells the subjects actions,events, or state of being. It isalways found in the predicate ofa sentence. A verb that showsaction is called an action verb.
    • The words are action verbs:coughedswallowedawakeranride sang
    • Can you find the action verb in eachsentence?1. The girls danced in the recital.2. Our mailman drovea funny car last week.3. His teacher wrotethe answers on the board.4. Alice workedon her homework last night.Move On
    • No, try again.
    • Yes, that word is an actionverb!Try another sentence Move On
    • Present verbsAn action verb that describes anaction that is happening now iscalled a present tense verbpresent tense verb.The bird fliesfliesthrough the sky.FliesFlies is a present tense verbbecause it is happening rightnow.
    • Present tense verbsMany present tense verbsend with ss, but some endwith eses, or iesies.sleepsssplashesescriesies
    • Past VerbsVerbs which tell about actionswhich happened some time agoare past tense verbs.The dog wantedwanted abone.Wanted is a past tenseverb because the actionhas already happened.
    • Past tense verbsMany past tense verbs endwith ed,ed, but some end with d,d,or iedied.clappedplayedtried
    • Future VerbsVerbs which tell about actionswhich are going to happen arefuture tense verbs.We will awaken atsix a.m.Will awakenWill awaken is a future tenseverb because the action hasnot yet happened.
    • Future tense verbsFuture tense verbs usespecial words to talk aboutthings that will happen: will,going to, shall, aim to, etc.going to startshall emailwill enjoy
    • Helping VerbsA helping verb works with a main verb tohelp you understand what action istaking place.Elmer waswasusingusing thecomputer.
    • 23 Helping Verbsmaymightmustbebeingbeenamareiswaswere(main)dodoesdid(main)shouldcouldwouldhavehadhas(main)willcanshall
    • Helping VerbsOther things to keep in mind:•Not every sentence will have ahelping verb with the mainverb.•When you see an "ing" verbsuch as "running", be on thelookout for a helping verb also.
    • Helping Verbs•Sometimes there is anotherword which separates thehelping verb from the main verb.One common example is "not",as in: The boy couldnt find hissocks. The helping verb is couldand the main verb is find.
    • Helping Verbs•A sentence may contain up tothree helping verbs to the mainverb. An example would be: Thedog must have been chasing thecat. The helping verbs are: must,have, and been; the main verb ischasing.
    • Online Verb GamesHit the Back Arrow on your browser to return.Take Dave’s QuizHelping Verb QuizPrint and complete the Action VerbWorksheetFind the Verb GameJeopardy Challenge BoardPresent and Past Tense MatchingGameVerb Machine
    • More Verb ActivitiesIrregular Verb WorksheetVerb Concentration GameANTS PICNIC (Irregular Verb Game)Verb WorksheetMAIN