5S & 5E Chapter 3, Lessons 7 and 8

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5S & 5E Chapter 3, Lessons 7 and 8

  1. 1. December 19, 2011 Agenda+Grammar Chapter 3: Verbs ->Lesson 7: Main Verbs and Helping Verbs ->Lesson 8: Using Helping VerbsSpelling & Vocabulary: Unit 8+Spelling Test on Tuesday, December 20th ->(over all 12 words, no pre-test)Homework:pg. 249 #1-25 1
  2. 2. Lesson 7: Main Verbs and Helping VerbsThe main verb in a sentence shows what the subject does or is. Patty is writing a book about the space shuttle.A helping verb helps the main verb show an action or make astatement. Patty is writing a book about the space shuttle.Common helping verbs: can, am, is, are, was, were, will, shall, have,should, has, had, could 2
  3. 3. Underline the helping verb in the sentence once, and the main verb in the sentence twice.1. People are filling the balloons with helium.2. Grace and I have watched them all afternoon.3. Skydivers could perform, too.4. Kevin could miss the whole event.5. I will ride in a balloon later. 3
  4. 4. Underline the helping verb in the sentence once, and the main verb in the sentence twice.6. My family is going to the Kennedy Space Center.7. We could meet an astronaut.8. Heather has watched a space shuttle launch.9. The Kennedy Space Center is located in Florida.10. The Ruiz family will visit the Kennedy Space Centerthis fall. 4
  5. 5. Lesson 8: Using Helping Verbs-Forms of be can be used with a main verb ending in -ing to showaction that is or was continuing The judges are picking the winner. The contestants were waiting patiently.-The verbs has, have, and had can be used with the past form ofmost verbs to show an action that has already happened. Dawn has created a new science project. 5
  6. 6. Subject Be + ing form Has, have, or had + past formI am playing have, had playedyou are playing have, has playedhe, she, it is playing has, had playedwe, they are playing have, had played 6
  7. 7. Name the helping verb that completes each sentence.1. I (has, have) enjoyed the club for two years.2. Vanessa (has, have) served as president of the club.3. The science club (is, am) meeting tomorrow.4. We (are, is) discussing our science fair.5. Mrs. Manus (is, had) explaining the rules. 7
  8. 8. Name the helping verb that completes each sentence.6. I (is, am) excited about the science fair.7. We (have, are) working on our projects.8. Dan (has, have) taken pictures all afternoon.9. I (am, is) presenting a paper on water pollution.10. Frank and Evelyn (has, have) won ribbons in the past. 8

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