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  • 1. What is a Verb??
  • 2.
    • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N0BPos9LH2w&feature=player_detailpage
    Youtube on verbs
  • 3.
    • A word that expresses an action or a
    • state of being
    DEFINITION
  • 4.
    • Think of at least ten
    • examples of words that
    • express actions or a
    • state-of-being.
    Examples of Verbs
  • 5.
    • Find the word that tells you the action in the following sentences.
    • Ian exploded with laughter.
    • Tom swatted the fly.
    Can You Find the Verb?
  • 6.
    • 3 MAIN TYPES OF VERBS
    • Action Verbs:
    • tell what nouns/pronouns DO
    • Linking Verbs:
    • link a subject w/ info about it
    • Helping Verbs:
    • help the main verb do its job
    What We Will Learn
  • 7. Action Verbs
  • 8.
    • An action verb expresses an action and tells what the subject does .
    • Action verbs show either physical or mental action.
    • Physical : Anna ran in her cross-county
    • meet.
    • Mental : I forgot my teacher’s name.
    ACTION VERBS What They Do
  • 9. Where’s the Action Verb?
    • Identify the verb in the following sentences and state whether it is physical or mental .
    • The bride walked down the aisle.
    • The groom smiled at her.
    • The puppy loves his toy.
    • He brought it back to his owner.
    • Egyptians thought highly of their kingdom.
  • 10.
    • The bride walked down the aisle. (P)
    • The groom smiled at her. (P)
    • The puppy loves his toy. (M)
    • He brought it back to his owner. (P)
    • Egyptians thought highly of their kingdom. (P)
    Answers
  • 11.  
  • 12.
    • What is a verb?
    • A word that expresses an action or state of being.
    • What is the job of an action verb?
    • To express a physical or mental action.
    • Give examples of physical actions.
    • Give examples of mental actions.
    Review
  • 13.
    • Directions:
    • Identify the action verb in the sentence.
    • State if it is physical or mental.
    • Are you ready? Let’s go!
    Physical or Mental?
  • 14.
    • Jessica jumped up and down for joy.
    • Ian thought about the answer to the question.
    • He then raised his hand excitedly.
    • Olivia knows the answer too.
    • Mrs. Hannan forgot to assign homework.
    • Ms. Shirk loves her students.
    Physical or Mental?
  • 15.  
  • 16. Linking Verbs
  • 17. LINKING VERBS
    • The job: A linking verb links the subject to a word that either describes the subject or gives the subject another name. It states that something “is” or “exists”.
    • A verb is a linking verb if : it can replace one of the verbs of being (am, is, are, was, were) and make sense.
    • Ex: We were nervous. Nancy is an author.
    • John looked sad. The soup tastes delicious
  • 18.
    • Did you know that linking verbs have another name? They are also known as STATE-OF-BEING verbs!
    • WOWSERS!
    WAIT!!!!!
  • 19.
    • The most common linking verbs can be memorized using the following mnemonic:
    • A nn I s A W ild, W onderful, B ouncing B aby B ear.
    • m s r a e e e e
    • e s r I e
    • e n n
    • g
    Common Linking Verbs
  • 20.
    • A nn I s A W ild, W onderful, B ouncing B aby B ear.
    Can you remember what each word stands for?
  • 21.
    • appear become feel grow look remain seem smell sound stay taste turn
    • **THESE VERBS CAN BE ACTION OR LINKING DEPENDING ON HOW THEY ARE USED. SEE SENTENCES ON THE NEXT PAGE.
    Less Common Linking Verbs
  • 22. Action or Linking?
    • Identify whether the following verbs are used as action or linking verbs.
    • They sounded the bell for a fire drill.
    • Mom sounded happy about her new job.
    • The judge looked at my science project.
    • Sally Ann looks beautiful in her ballroom costume.
  • 23. Where’s the Linking Verb?
    • Underline the linking verb on your paper as we read each of the following sentences.
    • Henry appears nervous.
    • Tanya is the first dancer to perform.
    • Last year, she was last on the program.
    • The stage looks beautiful.
    • Flowers are everywhere.
  • 24.
    • Henry appears nervous.
    • Tanya is the first dancer to perform.
    • Last year, she was last on the program.
    • The stage looks beautiful.
    • Flowers are everywhere.
    Answers
  • 25.  
  • 26. Helping Verbs
  • 27. HELPING VERBS
    • -The job: A helping verb helps a main verb do its job.
    • -Without its help, the main verb doesn’t make any sense .
    • Ex.
    • (with helping) Soon it will be time to go
    • home.
    • (without helping) Soon it be time to go
    • home.
  • 28.
    • Sometimes the helping verb might not be next to the main verb .
    • One common word that separates helping verbs is : NOT
    • Ex. She will not go to the beach today.
    • Do you think that Johnny likes Felicia?
    WARNING!!
  • 29.
    • If you see one of the following verbs without a main verb, it is NOT a helping verb!
    • am is
    • are was
    • were be being been has have had
    • do does did
    • may might must
    • can could shall should will would
    ANOTHER WARNING!
  • 30.
    • Sing the verbs to the tune of
    • “ Jingle Bells”
    • Do, does, did
    • Have, has, had
    • May…might…must
    • Would, could, should
    • Will, shall, can
    • These are helping verbs!
    • SING IT AGAIN!
    Let’s Sing!
  • 31. Find the Helping Verbs!
    • Directions: Find the helping verbs in these sentences.
    • Did you watch Dancing with the Stars last night?
    • Sam, can your dog do tricks?
    • Natalie’s cat can sleep for an entire day.
    • Alex was snowboarding last weekend.
  • 32. Where Does it Belong?
    • Add helping verbs to the sentences below:
    • The swamp ______ be frightening after dark.
    • The Swamp Thing _______been coming out at night lately.
    • No one ________ever seen the Swamp Thing.
    • No one knows what the Swamp Thing _______do to you.
  • 33. Other things to keep in mind:
    • Not every sentence will have a helping verb with the main verb.
    • When you see an " ing " verb such as "running", be on the lookout for a helping verb also.
    • Together the main verb and the helping verb are called a “verb phrase.”
  • 34. Continued
    • A sentence may contain up to three helping verbs to
    • assist the main verb.
    • An example would be : The dog must have been chasing the cat.
    • The helping verbs are: must, have, and been; the main verb is chasing.
  • 35.