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1 Past Tense of Irregular Verbs Review Learn Practice Regular Verbs Spelling Rules New Irregular Verbs Selecting the Correct Irregular Verb

2 Review of Regular Verb Spelling Rules: Appendix 4, page 214 Add edStarted, finished, washed, helped, listened, watched Verbs ending in e, add only d Lived, cared, died, dated, shared Change the y to i and add ed Dried, cried, fried, married, spied Don’t change the y to i just add ed Prayed, played, stayed, destroyed CVC rule: double the final consonant & add ed Stopped, robbed, lobbed, napped Do not double final w or x, just add ed Wowed, mixed, jinxed, meowed, vowed, Two syllables, and the 2 nd is stressed, double the final consonant and add ed Remitted, permitted, admitted, occurred Two syllables, and the 2 nd is not stressed, don’t double the final consonant, just add ed Happened, listened, opened, earned,

3 Irregular Verbs Present TenseDefinitionPast Tense BringBrought TakeTook RingRang SingSang StingStung

4 Irregular Verbs Present TenseDefinitionPast Tense BuyBought PayPaid GiveGave GetGot

5 Irregular Verbs Present TenseDefinitionPast Tense EatAte BiteBit DrinkDrank MakeMade SitSat

6 Irregular Verbs Present TenseDefinitionPast Tense DrawDrew Cut Put WriteWrote SendSent

7 Irregular Verbs Present TenseDefinitionPast Tense FeelFelt Pet SaySaid HaveHad TeachTaught

8 Irregular Verbs Present TenseDefinitionPast Tense BecomeBecame BreakBroke BuildBuilt CatchCaught

9 GoWent FlyFlew RideRode Drive Drove RunRan Leave Left Select the correct Verb:

10 Activity 6: Page 100 A Surprising Day Yesterday I decided to go to the beach because the weather was so beautiful. It took me about an hour to get ready. I found my bathing suit, towel, sunglasses and a good book. (1.) ________________________. Then I packed all these things in my beach bag. Finally, I was ready. (2.) ___________________________. I saw it was raining. I waited for it to stop, but it continued. Unfortunately, I had to stay home yesterday.

11 Activity 7: page When were you born? _________________________________ 2. How did you feel yesterday? _________________________________ 3. Where did you go last weekend? _________________________________ 4. When did you see a movie? _________________________________

12 Activity 7: page 101 (continued) 5. What did you buy last week? _________________________________ 6. Whom did you speak with yesterday? _________________________________ 7. When did you leave for school this morning? _________________________________ 8. When did you do your homework? _________________________________

13 Activity 9: Practicing Negative Verbs in the Past 1. Carmen /live (negative)/ in Connecticut / in Shelley / study (negative) / engineering. 3. Herbert’s parents / visit (negative) / him last year. 4. Dinosaurs / have (negative) / large brains. 5. John / help (negative) / me with my homework!

14 Activity 9: Practicing Negative Verbs in the Past 1. Carmen did not live in Connecticut in Shelley did not study engineering. 3. Herbert’s parents did not visit him last year. 4. Dinosaurs did not have large brains. 5. John did not help me with my homework!

15 Activity 10: Writing Negative Sentences with Contractions 1. Winston Churchill was a leader of Mexico. 2. Confucius lived in Japan. 3. Pele’ played basketball. 4. The Beatles sang in Arabic. 5. The Titanic sank in the Pacific Ocean.

16 Activity 10: Writing Negative Sentences with Contractions 6. The Statue of Liberty came from Italy. 7. Thomas Edison invented the radio. 8. Stephen King wrote Romeo and Juliet. 9. The prophet Mohammed spoke Hindi. 10. Marilyn Monroe was an engineer.

17 Activity 10: Writing Negative Sentences with Contractions 1. Winston Churchill wasn’t a leader of Mexico. He was a leader of Great Britain. 2. Confucius didn’t live in Japan. He lived in China. 3. Pele’ didn’t play basketball. He played soccer. 4. The Beatles didn’t sing in Arabic. They sang in English and some German! 5. The Titanic didn’t sink in the Pacific Ocean. It sank in the North Atlantic.

18 Activity 10: Writing Negative Sentences with Contractions 6. The Statue of Liberty didn’t come from Italy. It was a gift from the people of France. 7. Thomas Edison didn’t invent the radio. He invented the light bulb. 8. Stephen King didn’t write Romeo and Juliet. He wrote Carrie and The Shining. 9. The prophet Mohammed didn’t speak Hindi. He spoke Arabic. 10. Marilyn Monroe wasn’t an engineer. She was an actress and a model.

19 Activity 11: Simple Past Tense Review Bob’s Horrible Day Bob (1. have)_____ a horrible day on Monday. First, he (2. be) ________Supposed to get up at 6 a.m., but his alarm clock (3. work, negative) ____________. He (4. wake up) __________ at 8 a.m. There (5. be) ________ no hot water for a shower, so he had to use cold water. After that, his car (6. start, negative) ________________, and he had to take the bus. When Bob (7. get) _________ to work, his boss (8. yell) _____________ at him for being late. Next, his computer (9. crash)______________, and he (10. lose)____________ all of his documents. He (11. stay) ___________________at work until midnight to redo the documents. Bob (12. decide) ___________________ to stay home the next day because he (13. be) _______________too tired from all his bad luck.

20 Activity 11: Simple Past Tense Review Bob’s Horrible Day Bob (1. have) had a horrible day on Monday. First, he (2. be) was supposed to get up at 6 a.m., but his alarm clock (3. work, negative) didn’t work. He (4. wake up) woke up at 8 a.m. There (5. be) was no hot water for a shower, so he had to use cold water. After that, his car (6. start, negative) didn’t start, and he had to take the bus. When Bob (7. get) got to work, his boss (8. yell) yelled at him for being late. Next, his computer (9. crash) crashed, and he (10. lose) lost all of his documents. He (11. stay) stayed at work until midnight to redo the documents. Bob (12. decide) decided to stay home the next day because he (13. be) was too tired from all his bad luck.


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