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    • Verbs Tense A Project LA Activity jumped
    • Present verbs
      • An action verb that describes an action that is happening now is called a present tense verb .
      The bird flies through the sky. Flies is a present tense verb because it is happening right now.
    • Present tense verbs
      • Many present tense verbs end with s , but some end with es , or ies .
      sleep s splash es cr ies
    • Past Verbs
      • Verbs which tell about actions which happened some time ago are past tense verbs .
      The dog wanted a bone. Wanted is a past tense verb because the action has already happened.
    • Past tense verbs
      • Many past tense verbs end with ed, but some end with d, or ied .
      clapped played tried
    • Future Verbs
      • Verbs which tell about actions which are going to happen are future tense verbs .
      We will awaken at six a.m. Will awaken is a future tense verb because the action has not yet happened.
    • Future tense verbs
      • Future tense verbs use special words to talk about things that will happen: will, going to, shall, aim to, etc.
      going to start shall email will enjoy
    • Identify if the verb is Present, Past or Future
      • Daniel will choose a baseball bat.
      • He steps up to the plate.
      • The pitcher tossed the ball.
      • Daniel will swing hard.
      • The ball struck the bat.
      • The ball flies through the air.
      • It landed over the fence.
      • Daniel will run around the bases.
      • The crowd screams loudly.
      • He will slide into home plate.