We think you have liked this presentation. If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you!
Presentation is loading. Please wait.
Published byRuby Braithwaite
Modified over 4 years ago
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
Passive voice is used when the focus is on the action. It is not important who or what is performing the action. E.g.: My bike was stolen.
Common Mistakes in ENGLISH Teacher: Silvino Sieben 3ª Série EM.
Passive to Active Voice Part II, 1/25/12. Passive to Active Voice Transform the following passive voice sentences into the active voice.
Look at what we can read!. am saw so soon them walk.
Hello class today I want to share my goals with you. We are soon going to be graduating s and we will have many goals in our life. So here are some of.
If we daydream in the English lessons, what will happen? If we daydream in the English lessons, we will fail our tests. Fail my test.
I He She It We You They was/wasn’t at school yesterday. were/weren’t at the beach last week. AFFIRMATIVE & NEGATIVE FORM.
Past Tense Verbs Irregular Negative Yes/No Questions.
Present Perfect Tense vs Past Simple Tense.
Confusing Words for First Grade By Sharon Cameron.
Will and Would A modal auxiliary verb is used to modify the mood of a verb. Here is a list of the modal auxiliary verbs: Will: “Will” is used when you.
Subject/Predicate. Subject Every sentence has 2 parts Every sentence has 2 parts The subject The subject The predicate The predicate The subject of.
Unit 02. Past tense. (1) (A) He is shopping (B) He is paying the bill. (C) He is trying on shoes. (D) She is selling fruit. (2) (A) she is returning a.
Miss Jessica M. 4sec.
The Past Progressive : ( was, were)+ V ing I was walking down the street when it began to rain. At eight o’clock last night, we were studying.
Verb tenses tell us when things happen. Events can happen in the Past Present Future.
I use my car to get to work. I use my car for getting to work. Is the meaning different?
Simple Subjects and Predicates Every sentence has a simple subject and predicate.
Every complete sentence must have two components: 1. A thing (noun) (subject) 2. An Action (verb) (predicate) John went to the store. Verb NOUN.
© 2018 SlidePlayer.com Inc. All rights reserved.