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Using Verbs Correctly 8.0 next exit. Verbs Every verb can be conjugated into the present, past, and past participle form. Note:The past participle form.

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1 Using Verbs Correctly 8.0 next exit

2 Verbs Every verb can be conjugated into the present, past, and past participle form. Note:The past participle form of the verb requires a helping verb such as has, had, or have nextprevious exit

3 Regular Verbs Past and past participle forms end in ed Present I walk each day. Past Yesterday, I walked five miles. Past Participle I have walked fourteen miles this week nextprevious exit

4 Irregular Verbs An irregular verb is one whose form changes when it is conjugated. 8.8PresentPast Past Participle beatbeatbeaten beginbeganbegun bendbentbent bitebitbitten blowblewblown nextprevious exit

5 Irregular Verbs 8.9PresentPast Past Participle breakbrokebroken bringbroughtbrought buildbuiltbuilt buyboughtbought burstburstburst catchcaughtcaught choosechosechosen comecamecome dealdealtdealt nextprevious exit

6 Irregular Verbs 8.10PresentPast Past Participle divedived (dove)dived dodiddone drawdrewdrawn drivedrovedriven drinkdrankdrunk eatateeaten fallfellfallen feelfeltfelt flyflewflown nextprevious exit

7 Irregular Verbs 8.11PresentPast Past Participle forgetforgotforgotten freezefrozefrozen givegavegiven gowentgone growgrewgrown hidehidhidden knowknewknown lendlentlent lay (put, place) laidlaid nextprevious exit

8 Irregular Verbs 8.12PresentPast Past Participle lie (recline)laylain loselostlost rideroderidden ringrangrung riseroserisen raiseraisedraised runranrun set (place)setset shakeshookshaken nextprevious exit

9 Irregular Verbs 8.13PresentPast Past Participle shrinkshrankshrunk, shrunken singsangsung sinksanksunk sit (sit down)satsat speakspokespoken standstoodstood stealstolestolen nextprevious exit

10 Irregular Verbs 8.14PresentPast Past Participle strikestruckstruck, stricken swimswamswum taketooktaken teachtaughttaught teartoretorn throwthrewthrown wearworeworn writewrotewritten nextprevious exit

11 Sit and Set Sit to be in a seated positionto be in a seated position Intransitive Verb (does not have a direct object) Set to put or place something Transitive Verb (usually has a direct object) nextprevious exit

12 Principal Parts 8.23PresentPast Past Participle sitsatsat setsetset nextprevious exit

13 The dentist set the equipment to take an x-ray. Dentist is placing the equipment. The word equipment is the direct object of the verb set nextprevious exit

14 John sat on the stone wall to eat lunch. John is resting on the wall nextprevious exit

15 Lay to put or place something Transitive Verb (almost always has an object) Lie being in horizontal position, or to remain, or to be situated Intransitive Verb (never has an object) Lay and Lie nextprevious exit

16 Principal Parts 8.30PresentPast Past Participle laylaidlaid lielaylain nextprevious exit

17 Jared laid the blocks on the table. Jared placed the blocks. Blocks is the direct object nextprevious exit

18 I will lie down for a nap. Lie means to recline. There is no direct object in this sentence nextprevious exit

19 Rise to go to a higher position Intransitive Verb (never has an object) Raise to lift to a higher position Transitive Verb (almost always has an object) Rise and Raise nextprevious exit

20 Principal Parts 8.37PresentPast Past Participle riseroserisen raiseraisedraised nextprevious exit

21 The creek rises in the early spring Rises means the river goes to a higher position. There is no object. nextprevious exit

22 Tonya raised her hand to answer the question Raised means to lift higher. Hand is the direct object of raised. nextprevious exit

23 Let to permit or to allow Let and Leave Stan let me borrow his disk. nextprevious exit

24 Leave to go away from Let and Leave Ken leaves work at five oclock. nextprevious exit

25 to place something and go away from it Let and Leave Please take the blueprints to Mrs. Smith and leave them on her desk. nextprevious exit Leave

26 not to change or disturb something Let and Leave Leave the ribs on the grill for another fifteen minutes. nextprevious exit Leave

27 Principal Parts 8.48PresentPast Past Participle letlethave let leavelefthave left nextprevious exit

28 Bring denotes movement toward the person speaking Bring and Take Come over tonight and bring your guitar with you. nextprevious exit

29 Take denotes movement away from the person speaking Bring and Take Go to the office and take these copies with you. nextprevious exit

30 Principal Parts 8.48PresentPast Past Participle bringbroughthave brought taketakenhave taken nextprevious exit

31 Reminder Past participles use helping verbs, not prepositions. Therefore, use only verbs in a verb phrase, not prepositions nextprevious exit

32 We should of started sooner. Incorrect: 6.58 The word of is not a verb. It is a preposition. We should have started sooner. Correct: The verbs should have started are correct previous exit


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