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December 13, 2012 Agenda+Unit 8 Vocabulary Lists+Grammar Chapter 3: Verbs    ->Lesson 3: Verb Tense    ->Lesson 4: Subject...
Lesson 3: Verb TensesThe tense of a verb tells WHEN something happens.1. A verb in the present tense tells that something ...
Underline the verb in each sentence. Label the verb past, present, or future.1. Carrie shined a flashlight into the cave.2...
Write the correct tense of the verb in parentheses.1. Next week, our class (explore) a cave.2. Mrs. Adams (say) the trip w...
Lesson 4: Subject/Verb AgreementA verb must agree with its subject. A singular subject takes asingular verb. A plural subj...
If the subject is plural, the verb must be plural. DO NOT add an -s tothe verb if the subject is a plural nouns or if the ...
Circle the verb in parentheses that agrees with the subject.1. New ideas (form, forms) in her mind.2. Today she (see, sees...
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5S & 5E Chapter 3, Lessons 3 and 4

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5S & 5E Chapter 3, Lessons 3 and 4

  1. 1. December 13, 2012 Agenda+Unit 8 Vocabulary Lists+Grammar Chapter 3: Verbs ->Lesson 3: Verb Tense ->Lesson 4: Subject-Verb AgreementSpelling & Vocabulary: Unit 8+Vocabulary Option #4 due Friday, December 16th+Spelling Test on Tuesday, December 20th ->(over all 12 words, no pre-test)Homework:pg. 244 #1-15pg. 245 #1-15Quarterly Reading & Summary due Friday, December 16th 1
  2. 2. Lesson 3: Verb TensesThe tense of a verb tells WHEN something happens.1. A verb in the present tense tells that something is happening now. Keith explores the caves.2. A verb in the past tense shows that something has alreadyhappened. Yesterday Johnny went swimming in the lake.3. A verb in the future tense shows that something is going to happen. Tomorrow Jenny is going to the park with her friends. 2
  3. 3. Underline the verb in each sentence. Label the verb past, present, or future.1. Carrie shined a flashlight into the cave.2. The flashlight revealed bats on the ceiling.3. The bats clung to the rocks.4. We watch the bats steadily.5. I hear a stream in the distance.6. Crystallized rock gleams in the light.7. Tomorrow we will climb to another part of the cave. 3
  4. 4. Write the correct tense of the verb in parentheses.1. Next week, our class (explore) a cave.2. Mrs. Adams (say) the trip will be an adventure.3. Yesterday we (watch) a video about caves.4. Tomorrow we (read) about cave safety.5. Everyday our class (learn) new things about caves and explorers. 4
  5. 5. Lesson 4: Subject/Verb AgreementA verb must agree with its subject. A singular subject takes asingular verb. A plural subject takes a plural verb. Singular: Julie likes poetry about nature. Plural: The girls like poetry about birds.If the subject is singular, the verb must be singular. Add an -s tomost verbs in the present tense if the subject is singular. Tim (enjoy) poems about nature, too. 5
  6. 6. If the subject is plural, the verb must be plural. DO NOT add an -s tothe verb if the subject is a plural nouns or if the subject is thepronoun I or you. Poets (create) beautiful images with words. I (write) poetry about the ocean. 6
  7. 7. Circle the verb in parentheses that agrees with the subject.1. New ideas (form, forms) in her mind.2. Today she (see, sees) ducks in the pond.3. They (play, plays) in the water.4. The ducklings (follow, follows) the mother duck.5. You (watch, watches) the ducks with her.6. Scott and Chris (visit, visits) a poet.7. Scott (ask, asks) the poet questions. 7
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