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Verbs Hector Rene Camacho 4 th Grade Language Arts
Peter and Karla went to the park and their dog ____ lost..-wered.-wered.- were.-was.-are
My parents _____ the house last week..- selling.-sold.-selled.-buy
The cars _____ to stop during the red light..-is.-have.-was.- were
The team ____ the championship game..-wined.- win.-won.-woned
The sun _____ my skin when I walk to school..-burned.-burning.-burns.-burn
Of the following sentences, which one is in past tense?.-My mom was sick..-My mom is sick..-My mom has been sick..-My mom will get sick.
We ____ the alphabet at school today..-singing.-sing.-sang.-singed
The cat ____ _____ with my shoes..-is plays.-were played.-are playing.-is playing
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