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Verb tenses show WHEN the action is happening. PRESENT (it happens REGULARLY) PAST (it already HAPPENED) FUTURE (it’s ABOUT to happen)
PASTPRESENTFUTURE Basic Rule: Verbs are added by –d or –ed (regular verbs) or verbs change spelling (irregular verbs) Examples: clean - cleaned decide - decided see - saw bring - brought Basic Rule: Verbs either remain in their base forms or are added an –s depending on the number of the subject. Examples: The girl sings. The girls sing. Basic Rule: Verbs are preceded by either will or shall. Examples: will help shall help
Verb Tense Stations 1.All stations have activities about past and future tense of verbs. 2.You will visit and answer each station. Answers will be written in your NB # 3. 3.Answer to the best of your abilities. Wait for Teacher’s cue before moving to the next table.
STATION 1: PRESENT FORM OF THE VERB Write the correct form of the verb that best completes the sentence 1.The children (helps, help) their teachers. 2.Macey (hopes, hope) to submit her work today. 3.The students (rushes, rush) to complete the activity. 4.The speaker (gives, give) instructions every morning. 5.The doctors always (rejoices, rejoice) for a successful delivery. 6.The women (discusses, discuss) the lesson daily.
STATION 2: Past Tense of the Verbs Write the past form of the following verbs. 1.support-supported 2.accept-accepted 3.recite-recited 4.pray-prayed 5.skip-skipped 6.shop-shopped 7.fry-fried 8.try-tried
Past tense verbs ed, d, ied Many past tense verbs end with ed, but some end with d, or ied. These are called REGULAR VERBS. clapped played tried walked loved watched
Take note: For verbs that have a consonant-vowel- consonant (C-V-C) for their last three letters (like clap, plan, refer, occur, permit, commit etc), double the last letter before adding the -ed planned occurred skipped referred permitted hopped
STATION 3: Past Tense of the Verbs Write the past form of the following verbs. 1.seek-sought 2.has/have-had 3.put-put 4.keep-kept 5.kneel-knelt/kneeled 6.is-was 7.go-went 8.fly-flew
Some verbs change their spelling to form the past tense. These are called IRREGULAR VERBS. Tip: To remember the past tense of these verbs, in your mind, try saying “Yesterday, I …(then experiment with the past tense). Does it sound right?
STATION 4: Future Tense of the Verbs Write the future form of the following verbs. 1.treat- will/shall treat 2.buy- will/shall buy 3.listen- will/shall listen 4.eat- will/shall eat 5.free- will/shall free 6.throw- will/shall throw 7.laugh- will/shall laugh 8.push- will/shall push
STATION 5: Past, Present, Future Tense Write the correct form of the verb that best completes the sentence 1.She recites daily. 2.The family went to Cebu yesterday. 3.My sister will visit them next month. 4.The girls pray the rosary regularly. 5.France and Millia talked to their parents last night. 6.Monica will leave tomorrow. 7.They were out of the country last December.
STATION 6: Consistency of Verbs Write the correct form of the underlined verbs. Last December, my family and I went to Hong Kong Disneyland. We (1) stayed at Disney’s Hollywood Hotel which was very close to the park. We (2) enjoyed all the attractions. My sister (3)rode Space Mountain while the rest of us just went inside Buzz Lightyear’s Astroblasters. For lunch, we (4) ate at the Royal Banquet Hall where I (5) ordered steak. Late that night, we (6) watched the fireworks. It was such a tiring but fun-filled day!
Remember: CONSISTENCY of VERB TENSE Sentences and paragraphs should have consistency of verb tense. If you are talking about events/ actions in the past, ALL your verbs should be in the past tense in that sentence or paragraph!
Consistency WRONG: Last night, we visited my grandmother and we sleep in her house. RIGHT: Last night, we visited my grandmother and we slept in her house.
Exceptions to CONSISTENCY of VERB TENSE The verb tense only changes when: you are quoting directly something that a character said (“Give me that book,” my brother said.) you are talking about different events in various times (I usually go early to school but yesterday, I arrived late because of a flat tire.)
On your own, read the paragraph and take note of the verbs that should be in the past tense. Write these verbs on your notebook (There are 15 verbs to be changed. If you find 10-12, you get a G. If you find 13-14, you get a VG. If you get all 15, you get an E! ).
A few days ago, we have our field trip. First, we go to the Davao Crocodile Park. We see hundreds of crocodiles keep in one place! One man, Bugoy, even cross a tight rope and try to dance while hanging 10 feet above the crocodile cage! He almost fall! After the Crocodile park, we visit the Science Discovery Center. I play with the computer games there. At the Manila Cathedral meanwhile, I pray and take down Spanish words on my notebook. At Bahay Chinoy, I feel scared of the life-like statues because they look so alive! Finally at Doll Joy, I buy my sister a doll as a souvenir. It is such a fun trip!
A few days ago, we had our field trip. First, we went to the Davao Crocodile Park. We saw hundreds of crocodiles kept in one place! One man, Bugoy, even crossed a tight rope and tried to dance while hanging 10 feet above the crocodile cage! He almost fell! After the Crocodile park, we visited the Science Discovery Center. I played with the computer games there. At the Manila Cathedral meanwhile, I prayed and took down Spanish words on my notebook. At Bahay Chinoy, I felt scared of the life-like statues because they looked so alive! Finally at Doll Joy, I bought my sister a doll as a souvenir. It was such a fun trip!
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