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Verb review part i

  1. 1. Verbs  Part  I  
  2. 2. A  _______  tells  what  the  subject  is   doing.   A.  Awesome  verb   B.  Intransi<ve  verb   C.  Ac<on  Verb   D. Helping  Verb  
  3. 3. A  _______  tells  what  the  subject  is   doing.   A.  Awesome  verb   B.  Intransi<ve  verb   C.  Ac%on  Verb   D. Helping  Verb  
  4. 4. Complete  the  Chart:  Simple  Tenses   Infini%ve   Past   Present   Future   To  _______   I  climbed.   I  climb.   I  will  climb.     To  Explore   They   ________.   They  explore.   They  will  explore.   To  Detect   He   detected   He  detects.   He   ___________  .  
  5. 5. Simple  Tenses   Infini%ve   Past   Present   Future   To  Climb   I  climbed.   I  climb.   I  will  climb.     To  Explore   They   explored.   They  explore.   They  will  explore.   To  Detect   He   detected   He  detects.   He  will  detect.  
  6. 6. Which  of  the  following  is  an  ac<on   verb?   A.  Swing   B.  Being   C.  Appears   D. Were  
  7. 7. Which  of  the  following  is  an  ac<on   verb?   A. Swing   B.  Being   C.  Appears   D. Were  
  8. 8. “Been”  is  an  example  of…   A.  Helping  verb   B.  Being  verb   C.  Linking  verb   D. All  of  the  Above  
  9. 9. “Been”  is  an  example  of…   A.  Helping  verb   B.  Being  verb   C.  Linking  verb   D. All  of  the  Above  
  10. 10. A  _______  verb  connects  the  subject   to  a  predicate  noun  or  predicate   adjec<ve.   A.  Ac<on  verb   B.  Helping  verb   C.  Linking  verb   D. Transi<ve  verb  
  11. 11. A  _______  verb  connects  the  subject   to  a  predicate  noun  or  predicate   adjec<ve.   A.  Ac<on  verb   B.  Helping  verb   C.  Linking  verb   D. Transi<ve  verb  
  12. 12. Name  two  linking  verbs…  
  13. 13. Linking  Verbs   Common  Linking  Verbs:   Being  Verbs   am,  is,  are,  was  ,  were,  be  ,  being,  been   Other  Linking   Verbs   appear,  become,  feel,  grow,  look,  remain,  seem,   smell,  sound,  taste     Ex.  The  Road  Runner  was  an  imaginary  character.                  This  flower  appears  to  be  a  different  shade  of  yellow.  
  14. 14. Linking  Verbs   What  is  the  linking  verb  in  this  sentence?   I  felt  very  sad  a-er  the  movie.  
  15. 15. Linking  Verbs   What  is  the  linking  verb  in  this  sentence?   I  felt  very  sad  a-er  the  movie.  
  16. 16. Linking  Verbs   What  is  the  predicate  adjec<ve  in  this  sentence?   I  felt  very  sad  a-er  the  movie.  
  17. 17. Linking  Verbs   What  is  the  predicate  adjec<ve  in  this  sentence?   I  felt  very  sad  a-er  the  movie.  
  18. 18. What  is  the  linking  verb  in  this   sentence?   We  grew  6red  during  the  long  class.  
  19. 19. What  is  the  linking  verb  in  this   sentence?   We  grew  6red  during  the  long  class.  
  20. 20. What  is  the  predicate  adjec<ve  in  this   sentence?   We  grew  6red  during  the  long  class.  
  21. 21. What  is  the  predicate  adjec<ve  in  this   sentence?   We  grew  7red  during  the  long  class.  
  22. 22. An  ___________comes  before  the  main  verb  and   help  the  main  verb  express  tense  and  voice.   A.  Ac<on  verb   B.  Helping  verb   C.  Ac<on  verb   D.  Transi<ve  verb  
  23. 23. An  ___________comes  before  the  main  verb  and   help  the  main  verb  express  tense  and  voice.   A.  Ac<on  verb   B.  Helping  verb   C.  Ac<on  verb   D.  Transi<ve  verb  
  24. 24. Name  two  helping  verbs…  
  25. 25. Helping  Verbs     An  auxiliary  or  helping  verb  comes  before  the  main  verb   and  help  the  main  verb  express  tense  and  voice.   Common  Helping  Verbs:   Being  Verbs   am,  is,  are,  was  ,  were,  be  ,  being,  been   Other  Helping   Verbs   shall,  will,  should,  would,  could,  must,  might,   can,  may,  have,  had,  has,  do,  and  did   Ex.  It  has  been  es%mated  that  500,000  earthquakes  occur   around  the  world  every  year.   Fortunately,  only  about  100  of  those  will  cause  damage.    
  26. 26. What  is  the  helping  verb  in  the   sentence  below?   We  will  visit  the  museum  next  week.  
  27. 27. What  is  the  helping  verb  in  the   sentence  below?   We  will  visit  the  museum  next  week.  
  28. 28. What  is  the  main  verb  in  the  sentence   below?   We  will  visit  the  museum  next  week.  
  29. 29. What  is  the  main  verb  in  the  sentence   below?   We  will  visit  the  museum  next  week.  
  30. 30. What  is  the  helping  verb  in  the   following  sentence?   She  is  obsessed  with  One  Direc6on.  
  31. 31. What  is  the  helping  verb  in  the   following  sentence?   She  is  obsessed  with  One  Direc6on.  
  32. 32. What  is  the  main  verb  in  the  following   sentence?   She  is  obsessed  with  One  Direc6on.  
  33. 33. What  is  the  main  verb  in  the  following   sentence?   She  is  obsessed  with  One  Direc6on.  
  34. 34. A  past  par<ciple  usually  ends  with   what?  
  35. 35. A  past  par<ciple  usually  ends  with   what?   “ed”     To  walk  =  walked  
  36. 36. What  verb  tense  represents  an  ac<on  that   began  in  the  past  but  con<nues  or  is  completed   in  the  present.       A.  Past  Par<ciple   B.  Past  Perfect   C.  Present  Perfect   D. Future  Perfect  
  37. 37. What  verb  tense  represents  an  ac<on  that   began  in  the  past  but  con<nues  or  is  completed   in  the  present.       A.  Past  Par<ciple   B.  Past  Perfect   C.  Present  Perfect   D. Future  Perfect  
  38. 38. The  ____________  tense  is  created  by  using  will   have  +  past  par<ciple.   A.  Past  Par<ciple   B.  Past  Perfect   C.  Present  Perfect   D. Future  Perfect  
  39. 39. The  ____________  tense  is  created  by  using  will   have  +  past  par<ciple.   A.  Past  Par<ciple   B.  Past  Perfect   C.  Present  Perfect   D. Future  Perfect  
  40. 40. What  is  the  verb  tense  in  the  sentence  below?     He  had  played  soccer  in  every  game  of  last   week’s  tournament.   A.  Simple  Past   B.  Past  Perfect   C.  Present  Perfect   D.  Simple  Present    
  41. 41. What  is  the  verb  tense  in  the  sentence  below?     He  had  played  soccer  in  every  game  of  last   week’s  tournament.   A.  Simple  Past   B.  Past  Perfect   C.  Present  Perfect   D.  Simple  Present    
  42. 42. What  is  an  irregular  verb?   A.  Verbs  that  are  super  weird   B.  Verbs  that  never  show  ac<on   C.  Verbs  that  always  have  a  helping  verb   D. Verbs  that  do  not  follow  the  “ed”  rule  
  43. 43. What  is  an  irregular  verb?   A.  Verbs  that  are  super  weird   B.  Verbs  that  never  show  ac<on   C.  Verbs  that  always  have  a  helping  verb   D. Verbs  that  do  not  follow  the  “ed”  rule  
  44. 44. What  is  the  simple  present  form  of  the   verb  below?   Present   Past   Past  Par%ciple   took   (has)  taken  
  45. 45. What  is  the  simple  present  form  of  the   verb  below?   Present   Past   Past  Par%ciple   take   took   (has)  taken  
  46. 46. What  is  the  past  par<ciple  of  the  verb   below?   Present   Past   Past  Par%ciple   see   saw   (has)  _______  
  47. 47. What  is  the  past  par<ciple  of  the  verb   below?   Present   Past   Past  Par%ciple   see   saw   (has)  seen  

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