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Grammar Skills Verbs That Tell About Now
What is a verb? A word that shows action. Like running, jumping, and singing.
Verbs That Tell About Now Mama and Papa eat a bagel. The word eat is a verb. Pablo eats a bagel. How is the verb in this sentence different? An s is added to the end.
Verbs That Tell About Now Pablo eats a bagel. Who is doing the action? Pablo How many people are doing it? One
Verbs That Tell About Now Mama and Papa bake bread. The word bake is a verb. Pablo bakes bread. How is the verb in this sentence different? An s is added to the end.
Verbs That Tell About Now Pablo bakes bread. Who is doing the action? Pablo How many people are doing it? One
Verbs That Tell About Now A verb is an action word. Verbs that tell about now are action words that tell about actions that are happening now.
Verbs That Tell About Now An s is added to most verbs that tell about one person. When a verb tells about something I am doing now it does not end with an s.
Verbs That Tell About Now Pablo (take, takes) jalapeno bagels to school. What is the correct verb? Takes How many people are dong the actions? one
Verbs That Tell About Now Angel’s father (help, helps) the teacher. What is the correct verb? helps How many people are dong the actions? one
Verbs That Tell About Now He (give, gives) each child a plate and napkin. What is the correct verb? gives How many people are dong the actions? one
Verbs That Tell About Now He (cut, cuts) the bread. What is the correct verb? cuts How many people are dong the actions? one
Verbs That Tell About Now Maria (tell, tells) the class how to make apple strudel. What is the correct verb? tells How many people are dong the actions? one
Verbs That Tell About Now The children (eat, eats) their treats. What is the correct verb? eat How many people are dong the actions? more than one
Verbs That Tell About Now Then they (play, plays) outside. What is the correct verb? play How many people are dong the actions? more than one
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