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  • 1. Chapter 1, Lesson 4.notebook 1 August 22, 2013 Lesson 4: Verb Phrases :A verb phrase is made up of a main verb and one or more helping verbs. The princess had yawned loudly. main verb: can stand by itself as the simple predicate Her visitor talked for hours. The tale was endless. helping verb: help the main verb express action or show time The tale might be endless. Her visitor had been talking for hours.
  • 2. Chapter 1, Lesson 4.notebook 2 August 22, 2013 Common Helping Verbs Forms of be: is, am, was, are, were, be, been Forms of do: do, does, is Forms of have: has, have, had Others: may, might, can, should, could, would, shall, will
  • 3. Chapter 1, Lesson 4.notebook 3 August 22, 2013 1. Perhaps you have heard some stories by Hans ChristianAnderson. 2. People have been enjoying this Danish writer's tales for morethan 150 years. 3. A statue of Anderson was built in NYC's Central Park. 4. You may have read Anderson's tale "The Ugly Duckling". 5. The main character is hatched from an unusually large egg.
  • 4. Chapter 1, Lesson 4.notebook 4 August 22, 2013 6. He does experience cruelty and rejection because of his appearance. 7. Of course, a surprise is awaiting him at the end of the story. 8. He has been a swan and not a duckling all along. 9. Anderson's stories probably will be popular for years to come. 10. You might know some of his other tales as well.
  • 5. Attachments Verbs