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Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
Changing verbs from_present_to_past
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  • 1. Changing Verbs From Present to Past and Future Second Grade Grammar
  • 2. Three Tenses of Verbs Verb Tense past present future
  • 3. Past Tense Verbs
    • Most past tense verbs end in “ed”, but there are several rules to use while changing the present to past tense.
    • Past tense verbs tell action that has already happened.
    • Some words change spelling to show past tense.
    • Examples:
    • Beg = begged grow = grew
    • Feed = fed like = liked
    • Run = ran play = played
  • 4. Present Tense Verbs
    • Actions that happen now or today
    • Some present tense verbs have “ing”, “s”, or “es” on the end of them.
    • Clue words: now, today
    • Examples:
    • Stays plays hikes drives
    • Flies juggles fusses dresses
    • Floats jogs runs carries
  • 5. Future tense verbs
    • Many verbs have the helping verb “will” in front of them to show they will be happening.
    • Clue words to look for are: tomorrow, some day, next time, or next week.
    • Examples:
    • Will play will lead will be happy
    • Will have will eat will like
  • 6. From Present to Past
    • There are five ways to change a verb from present tense to past tense.
    • Just add –ed.
    • Double the final consonant and add –ed.
    • Drop the final e and add –ed.
    • Change the y to i and add –ed.
    • Change the spelling.
    • We did this when we changed a singular noun to a plural noun and with verb agreement too.
  • 7. Just add -ed
    • Most verbs can change from the present to the past by just adding –ed.
    • Today I walk home.
    • Yesterday I walked home.
    • Did it rain today?
    • It rained yesterday.
  • 8. Doubling the Final Consonant
    • When a present tense verb ends with one vowel and one consonant, double the final consonant and add –ed to make the verb change to past tense.
    • Drop the ball.
    • He dropped the ball.
    • Hop on one foot.
    • She hopped on one foot.
  • 9. Dropping the Final e
    • When a present tense verb ends with a sneaky/silent e, drop the e and add –ed to make the verb change to past tense.
    • Skate with me.
    • We skated together at the rink.
    • I like to shop.
    • I liked shopping with you.
  • 10. Changing y to i
    • When a present tense verb ends with a y, change the y to i and add –ed to make the verb change to past tense.
    • Will you help me carry the groceries?
    • We carried them to the kitchen.
    • Eric asked me to marry him on New Year’s Day.
    • We got married on August 2, 1997.
  • 11. Changing the Spelling
    • Sometimes a present tense verb changes its entire spelling to make the verb change to past tense. If it helps say, “Yesterday I ______,” to help find the right word to use in the past tense.
    • We eat lunch at 11:30.
    • We ate lunch at 11:30 yesterday.
    • Stand straight in line.
    • We stood straight in line.
  • 12. Now its your turn!
    • How can you make these present tense verbs past tense verbs?
    • like
    • A. liked B. likeed C. likked
    • take
    • A. taked B. took C. takeed
  • 13. Try Some More
    • bury
    • A. buried B. buryed C. buryyed
    • mop
    • A. mopped B. moped C. mopeed
    • go
    • A. goed B. gone C. went
  • 14. Future Tense
    • The future has not yet happened, but we know it will .
    • Add will to the present tense verb to make the future tense.
    • Present - Today I go .
    • Past - Yesterday I went .
    • Future - Tomorrow I will go .
  • 15. Adding –ing to a present tense verb
    • All the rules used for changing the present tense verb to a past tense verb can also be used when adding –ing to the verb except for changing the spelling and do not drop the “y” when adding –ing.
    • Present Past with-ed Present with -ing
    • carry carried carrying
    • eat ate eating
    • walk walked walking
    • like liked liking
    • drop dropped dropping

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