Ppt on parts of tenses

Midterm Review.  Scanning  Capitalize proper nouns  Simple present tense ◦ He she it gets ◦ He she it does not get  Contractions  Final punctuation.

OpportunitySeveral PopulationWorldwide  Making inferences  Phrasal verbs ◦ Verb plus adverb or preposition ◦ Different meaning from verb alone  Simple past tense ◦ Regular verbs (verb plus ed or d) ◦ Irregular verbs ◦ Negative = did not + base verb  Time order / because is in mid-sentence ◦ Use pronoun in second part of sentence  Assignment: Write about how many vacation days you need  Vocabulary EmployeeCompeteAverage ExperienceDiscoverBored PolicyImprove ScheduleProduce StressReduce Relax Review


IF YOU KNOW THIS, YOU KNOW GRAMMAR Parts of Speech.

IF YOU KNOW THIS, YOU KNOW GRAMMAR Parts of Speech Noun Person  boy, girl, it, etc. Place  grocery store, gas station, community college, etc. Thing  color, candy, phone, sky, space,/ Does it require a specific movement/action? Use the “Frame Sentence:”  The man __________ (it)  The man _recorded__ it.  The man _vacationing it. Verb Tense 1. Present 2. Past 3. Present Perfect 4. Past Perfect 5. Present Progressive 6. Past Progressive 7. Present Perfect Progressive 8. Past Perfect Progressive 9. Future /


The present tense The meaning The formation 1 The formation 2 Conjugations Irregulars Present vs. perfect Look to the principle part! Exempla Cautions.

Look to the principle part! Exempla Cautions The present tense use The present tense is translated: -he _________s -he is ________ ing -he used to_________ index The Present tense is formed by using the 1 st and 2 nd principle parts of the verb Porto, /approached Audiō, audīre, audīvī, audītus aud+itpresentshe hears audivi+tperfectshe hears Indexcautions Cautions Some verbs only distinguish tenses by means of a long vowel: inveniō, invenīre, invēnī, inventus invenit = he findsinvēnit = he found A very few/


Part I: The Imperfect Tense.  Up to now, all our verbs in Latin have happened in the present tense: puer puellam amat. The boy loves the girl.  The.

parabamparabam You were preparing parabasparabas He was preparing parabatparabat We were preparing parabamusparabamus You all were preparing parabatisparabatis They were preparing parabantparabant Each imperfect tense verb is made up of three parts: 1. the stem: this is the second principal part without the last three letters 2. the connecting vowel: this differs for each conjugation 3. the ending: these are the endings for the/


The Present Perfect the Present Perfect Continuous Tense the Present Perfect vs. the Present Perfect Continuous Tense 8° A-B-C.

continuous focuses more on the continuous action. The emphasis is on the duration of the action. Example: It began raining two hours ago. It is STILL raining now. *It has been raining for two hours. This is the present perfect continuous tense. Present Perfect Continuous Form: This grammar has 3 parts: Negative Form: hasn’t (=has not) been +–ing haven’t (=have not/


Participles: What are they? Verb Can take an object Has tense and voice Tense relative to the main verb Adjective or substantive adj (noun) Can modify.

-ntis (gen) DNE or WDF (When Donkeys Fly) Perfect TenseDNE or WDF (Does Not Exist) Part. Stem + us,a,um Future Tense Participial stem (4 th principal part)+ urus,ura,urum Pres. Stem+ ndus,nda,ndum Present Active Participle Declines like a 3 rd declension,/-ing Perfect Passive Participle The fourth principal part Declines like a 1-2 declension adjective Expresses actions prior to that of the main verb Translates as: having been verb-ed Future Active Participle 4 th principal part + -urus, a, um Declines like /


PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE EXERCISES

PRESENT SIMPLE TENSE EXERCISES Verbs & Adverbs of frequency To be Verbs & Adverbs of frequency Wh- questions Present Simple «to be» Part 1 Fill in the blanks using “AM, IS, ARE, AM NOT, ISN’T, AREN’T”: 1. It ……………. an onion. / week? (water) 9) Yvonnes mother _______ a motorbike. (not/ride) 10) ______ Elisabeth _______ cola? (drink) Present Simple «verbs» Part 4 A. Put the adverb of frequency on the right place. 1. He listens to the radio. (often) _____________________________ 2. They read a book. (sometimes/


The Perfect Tense in Spanish. What is it /does it mean ? It is used in the same way as in English, when you want to say “I have done”, rather than “I.

Answer “yes, I have visited Spain”, “No, I have not done my homework”(all in Perfect tense ?) How is it formed ? TWO words : WORD ONE (have): for “HAVE”, use present tense of “HABER” (NOT tener ) I have – You have-he/she/Usted has – We have You/ İY la segunda parte ! Descrito Frito Hecho Satisfecho Muerto Puesto Roto visto Para resumir : Perfect tense always has 2 words ( in grammar terms -called a “compound “tense ie HAVE + DONE The first word is always the verb haber in the present tense (He, has, ha/


Present tense verb review ¿Recuerdas...?. Present tense -ar verb endings oamos asáis aanDibujoDibujamosDibujasDibujáis Dibujadibujan.

like”) Interesar= to be interested in *There are many more. They will be referred to as gustar verbs in the future. Formula  Part 1 You start out with an indirect object pronoun to talk about who is doing the liking, loving or who is interested. me= I /All together now… me gusta/gustan te le +encanta/encantan nos les interesa/interesan *These are the present tense forms of the verbs. Gustar verbs may be used in all tenses. Side notes… To say that you don’t like, love or are not interested in something, you /


WALT: Say what I am going to do with leisure phrases. WILF: To be able to recognise the future tense with “aller” (to go).

= to play Voir = to see Lire = to read Manger = to eat Boire = to drink Acheter = to buy Faire = to do / to make Combine a part of the verb “aller” with an infinitive to form the simple future tense. For example…. Je vais manger... = I am going to eat… Il va jouer… = he is going to play… Nous allons acheter… = we are going to/


Stage 12 Notes.

to attach to present and imperfect endings Cut off -i to get stem to attach to perfect endings The present tense is translated as (blank) s, is (blank) ing, does (blank). To form the present tense, look at the first two principle parts of your dictionary entry: laboro, laborare, laboravi, laboratus First plug laboro into the first person singular. Then figure out the stem/


THOSE PESKY VERBS! Knowing which tense you want, how to make it, and why you want to use it.

are not playing soccer at the moment.  FYI, You won’t often use this tense in academic essays for this class. PAST PROGRESSIVE TENSE  Looks like: Past tense of “be” and “verb+-ing” ending I was talking She was talking They were not talking  Tricky things: You must have both parts! You must have the –ing ending on the main verb! Some verbs can’t/


Thinking about inflections How to find verb inflections (Part of Dick Hudsons web tutorial on Word Grammar)web tutorial.

Thinking about inflections How to find verb inflections (Part of Dick Hudsons web tutorial on Word Grammar)web tutorial Finding verbs Verbs are most easily defined by their inflection: –If its lexeme can have a tense (past or present), it’s a verb. So it’/Finding finite verbs Reminder: A finite verb is one which itself: EITHER has a tense, –i.e. it is either present or past (run/runs, ran) –and could change tense without changing the rest of the sentence OR is imperative –i.e. it’s a command, invitation, etc/


Conditional Grammar, Part 1: “Real Conditionals” Let’s study the rules for this week’s grammar.

Part 1: “Real Conditionals” Let’s study the rules for this week’s grammar. Let’s start with some examples: 1. It’s 6:00 a.m. on Monday morning, and Margaret is getting ready for work. She has to hurry because … If she is late for work, Margaret’s boss will be angry. What tense is the first verb in? What tense/feel better soon. What tense is the first verb in? What tense is the second verb in? 3. It’s Saturday morning, and Marissa has a busy day ahead of her. She has to do a lot of chores and run some errands/


Copyright 2005-2008, Scott Gray1 Participles, Part 1 - Aorist Tense Forms in the Active and Middle.

2005-2008, Scott Gray3 Aorist Participles, cont.  Your book says to sometimes use “has” in rendering, but save that for the perfect tense  Mark well that the “aorist” and “present” part of the participle (the tense) still carries the specification of type of action – aorist expresses punctilliar action, present expresses linear action Copyright 2005-2008, Scott Gray4 Aorist Participle Forms  May be built on the second/


Principal Parts. Why do we need learn principal parts? Write down the answer before you click to the next slide.

answer before you click to the next slide. Principal parts are needed so that we can form a verb in all its tenses. If you didn’t know the principal parts of the verb ‘grow’, you would say, “I growed three inches this year!” How many principal parts do regular English verbs have? How many principal parts do Latin verbs have? Answer the question before you/


ZEPING SUN PEIXIN WU PAST PERFECT TENSE. Menu 1.What does past perfect tense? 2.Why do we use past perfect tense? 3.How do we use past perfect tense?

Times with the Past Perfect Unlike with the Present Perfect, it is possible to use specific times with the pastPresent Perfect perfect tense. How do we use the past perfect tense We were too late. The train had left. There have two part of sentence, first part is “we were too late” that happen after train left. But when we arrived here is still past/


Recognizing the Conjugation of a Verb with One Simple Trick!

Latin that is often, though not always, better developed than that of English. Part of learning Latin involves turning a keen eye to the grammar, to try to detect patterns before we officially describe them in class! labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāvī, labōrātum 1 st person singular Present tense Active indicative labōrō, labōrāre, labōrāv/


Unit 6 Parts 1 and 2 Reported Speech REPORTED SPEECH There are two ways of telling someone what someone else said. We may choose to repeat their actual.

Unit 6 Parts 1 and 2 Reported Speech REPORTED SPEECH There are two ways of telling someone what someone else said. We may choose to repeat their actual words using a quote structure or quotation: “Were getting /the reported speech  The announcement verb changes (to ask)  You introduce IF or WHETHER  The auxiliar verb disappears  The verb goes one tense back QUESTIONS Student: “What is the homework?” A student asked what the homework was.  The announcement verb changes (to ask)  The verb goes one/


The Present Perfect Tense

which began in the past and continue to the present. finished actions which have results now. experiences as part of someone’s life. Uses Present Perfect Tense: Statements ( + ) [I, you, we, they] + have + verb (past participle) [he, she, it ]+ has + verb (past participle) Rule Present Perfect Tense: Statements ( + ) Contracted form: 1- [I, you, we, they] ‘ve + verb (past participle) Phonology: I’ve travelled...... /aiv/


In this lesson, you will learn the answer to these questions: REVIEW: What are the principal parts of verbs? NEW: How do you use each of the principal.

of the principal parts to express the 6 tenses of verbs? Review: The Principal Parts of Verbs Principal Parts of REGULAR Verbs Infinitive/ base form Present ParticiplePast Participle (to) ____ ---- ing+ed (to) start(is) startingstarted(have) started New Learning: A verb’s principal parts form the tenses. Previously, you learned 3 verb tenses: The tense of a verb indicates the time of the action. The following are three verb tenses: 1.Past tense 2.Present tense/


Wrong Tense or Verb Form: Unnecessary Shift in Tense

, last night. Common Grammar Error 2: Unnecessary Shift in Tense Definition: Shifts in tense at times are appropriate for indicating the time you are writing and needing shift in and out of actions you are describing. But, these unnecessary shifts often times/ on the subjects tense the verb must match that tense. Allow your flow to be concise to not confuse your audience. Detail: Adding details allows you to adjust the tense you want to perceive in your writing. Mechanics: How the parts of speech in writing/


Conjugations of Latin Verbs

the –re and add the specific ending for each tense. For the perfect, pluperfect, & future perfect tenses you use the third principle part of the verb. -You take off the –i & add the specific ending for each tense. Conjugations There are 4 conjugations of Latin verbs 1st 2nd 3rd 4th -are -ēre -ere -ire Tenses There are 6 verb tenses in Latin: -Present -Perfect -Imperfect -Pluperfect -Future -Future/


English Grammar I Unit 12: Conditional Sentence. 12.1 First Conditional First conditional are used to talk about the future. It contains two parts. One.

It contains two parts. One is “if” clause, the other is “main clause”. The “if” part of first conditional is used to talk about things that may happen in the future, present simple is used, and the tense in the main clause is the future tense. Unit 12/ player _______ (not score) soon, his team ________ (lose). Unit 12: Conditional Sentence 12.2 Second Conditional In second conditional, the tense in the “if” clause is the simple past, and wouldwouldn’t +verb is used in the main clause. In these sentences, the/


Tenses of Verbs Present Tense Past Tense Future Tense.

with other verbs is the verb to have. Four Principal/Main Parts Principal Parts: Verb: Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense Past Participle To Be be, am, are, is being was, were (have) been To Have have, has havinghad (have) had Conjugation A conjugation of a verb is the correct arrangement of its form through its tenses, persons, and numbers. Person means the speaker, the person spoken/


Using Verbs Correctly – Part Two Simple Tenses Grade Seven.

present perfect, past perfect, and future perfect. Both the simple tenses and the perfect tenses can be made into progressive tenses. Simple Tenses - Present The present tense shows an action or state of being that is occurring now. The present tense is formed by using the present part of the verb or adding an “s” to the present part of the verb. Ex. dance, dances Ex. swim, swims dance, dances read/


TENSE - THE TIME OF THE ACTION INDICATED BY A VERB Verb Tenses.

return. * Traditionally, shall is used for 1 st person and will for 2 nd and 3 rd persons. Principal Parts All the tenses of a verb come from four basic forms. These basic forms are the principal parts of the verb. Verb: Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense Past Participle (To) call call, calls (is) calling called (have) called (To) dust dust, dusts (is) dusting dusted (have/


If Clauses or Conditional Sentences Structure : A conditional sentence is composed of 2 parts : If-clause + Main Clause If it rains tomorrow, we will.

or Conditional Sentences Structure : A conditional sentence is composed of 2 parts : If-clause + Main Clause If it rains tomorrow, we will not come. If-clauseMain Clause Conditional Sentences Types :  There are 4 types of conditional sentences. 4 different uses with different tenses 4 different implications Conditional Sentences Type 0 : Use:Talk about universal truth. Tense :Present tense in both clauses Example : If you heat water/


OVERVIEW OF VERB TENSE. The simple tenses Examples (a) It snows in Alaska. (b) Mona watches TV every day.

idea that one event is in progress immediately before, up to, until another time or event. The tenses are used to express the duration of the first event. Present Perfect Progressive Example Mona has been studying for two hours. Meaning Event in progress/10. beginning 11. earning 12. flying 2. hiding 3. running 4. ruining 5. coming 6. writing 7. eating Cont…ex.17, p. 11 Part II 9. dying, died 10. employing, 11. employed 12. burying, buried 13. admitting, admitted 14. visiting, visited 15. waiting, waited 2. /


Conditional Grammar, Part 1: “Real Conditionals” Let’s study the rules for this week’s grammar.

Part 1: “Real Conditionals” Let’s study the rules for this week’s grammar. Let’s start with some examples: 1. It’s 6:00 a.m. on Monday morning, and Margaret is getting ready for work. She has to hurry because … If she is late for work, Margaret’s boss will be angry. What tense is the first verb in? What tense/feel better soon. What tense is the first verb in? What tense is the second verb in? 3. It’s Saturday morning, and Marissa has a busy day ahead of her. She has to do a lot of chores and run some errands/


Conditional Sentences Structure : A conditional sentence is composed of 2 parts : If-clause+Main Clause Example : If it rains tomorrow, we will not come.

Conditional Sentences Structure : A conditional sentence is composed of 2 parts : If-clause+Main Clause Example : If it rains tomorrow, we will not come. If-clauseMain Clause Conditional Sentences Types :  There are 4 types of conditional sentences. They are classified according to their specific implications.  Each type of conditional sentences uses different tenses to show the difference in their implications. Conditional Sentences Type 0 : Use : Talk/


The Present Perfect Continuous Tense also called: the Present Perfect Progressive.

perfect continuous focuses more on the continuous action. The emphasis is on the duration of the action. Example: It began raining two hours ago. It is STILL raining now. *It has been raining for two hours. This is the present perfect continuous tense. Form: This grammar has 3 parts: Negative Form: Has NOT been –ing HaveNOT been –ing John has not been living/


VERB TENSES A Quick Review. Principle Parts of a Verb Base call drive quit Past Tense called drove quit Past Participle called driven quit.

form.  It has no endings such as –ing, –s, or –ed.  run  buy  hear  eat  play  sleep Principle Parts of a Verb 2a. Regular Past Tense Form base-ed regular past tense laugh cook hate -ed laughed cooked hated* Principle Parts of a Verb 2b. Irregular Past Tense Form  Irregular verbs don’t use –ed endings. They change spelling:  or they don’t change at all:  Irregular/


OBJECTIVES 1.Past perfect tense (Explanation) 2.Exercises.

his car, The key words of this tense are: after as soon Past simple {had+PP}as The key words of this tense are: before By the time {past simple}+ Had+PP The use of the past perfect tense. We use the past perfect/Exercise 8 Exercise 9 Exercise 10 1. ENGLISH PAGE - Verb Tense Exercise 11 2. Past Perfect - Simple Past - Exercises - English Pre ICFES Reading: part 1, part 2, part 3, part 4, part 5 Listening: part 3part 1part 2part 3part 4part 5part 3 GrammarGrammar, VocabularyVocabulary SupermarketSupermarket /


The Tense and Aspect System Chapter 7, Part 8 ENGLISH 5050: English Syntax and Morphology Robert F. van Trieste, Ph.D. All quotations, unless otherwise.

Aspect System Chapter 7, Part 8 ENGLISH 5050: English Syntax and Morphology Robert F. van Trieste, Ph.D. All quotations, unless otherwise noted, are from chapter 7 of The Grammar Book, 2nd edition. Present Tense Perfect & Progressive Aspects: 1  A situation or/something observed over time triggered by current evidence: – Youve been drinking again! Past Tense Perfect & Progressive Aspects: 1  An action or habit taking place over a period of time in the past prior to some other past event or time: – Carol /


89. The differences between the past tense and the present perfect tense.

89 The differences between the past tense and the present perfect tense Step I: What happened? 1.I wrote to him last month. 2.He bought this car last year. 3.They came to see me this morning. /night? 5. We just ____________(win) the match ( B ) ( B ) 1. ________ they _________ in Toronto last year?(travel) No, they ________. They ____ _ __ in that part of the world yet. (not travel) 2. ______ the headteacher ______to you just now? (speak) No, he _______. He ____ _____ to me yet. (not speak) 3. _______ you /


Action Verbs A Project LA Activity jump.

Activity jump What is an action verb? A verb is one of the most important parts of the sentence. It tells the subjects actions, events, or state of being. It is always found in the predicate of a sentence. A verb that shows action is called an action / tell about actions which are going to happen are future tense verbs. We will awaken at six a.m. Will awaken is a future tense verb because the action has not yet happened. Future tense verbs Future tense verbs use special words to talk about things that will /


Passato Prossimo The Italian Past Tense. Quando si usa? When does one use it? Right after an action is finished (similar to English present perfect) Ho.

(-are, -ere, -ire)? 5. What is the passato prossimo? 6. What is the passato prossimo consist of? 7. What part of the past participle is conjugated to the subject? In what tense is it conjugated? Toccate Voi Change these present tense sentences to the past tense. 1. Marco va al negozio. 2. Marco ed io compriamo mele, uva e acqua. 3. Marco e Sergio si svegliano/


Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs By Cheryl Hamilton Grade 5.

Principal Parts of Irregular Verbs By Cheryl Hamilton Grade 5 Irregular Verbs O When irregular verbs are used in different tenses, they do not following the rules like other verbs do. Irregular Verbs O Instead of having “ed” forms to show past tense, irregular verbs usually change to other words. Example O Present Tense O The students set up the experiments. Example O Present Participle O The/


Grammar Targets for Level 1

The coordinators are as follows: for, and, nor, but, or, yet, so. (Helpful hint: The first letter of each of the coordinators spells FANBOYS.) Except for very short sentences, coordinators are always preceded by a comma. In the following compound sentences/ should, must, may, might, can L.4.1c Question Forms Verb to be Present tense Past tense Future Possessives Possessive ‘s L.1.1b Two-part Verbs Two-part verbs (phrasal verbs) L.3.1d Comparatives and Superlatives Comparatives (ex. better) Superlatives (best/


Past-Tense Verbs. English has only two kinds of verbs, each with the same three main parts. REGULAR oInfinitive: to WALK oPast tense: WALKED (no helping.

actions: dance—dancedtalk—talked oIrregular verbs are unpredictable. When describing past actions, they might (1) stay the same, (2) change just a part of the word, or (3) change the whole word: cut—cut grow—grew think—thought Regular Past-Tense Verbs: Tip #1 oRemember to add the -d or -ed endings to mark the past, especially those endings that we don’t/


Verbs1. Irregular (must be memorized) a. sum esse - be 2. Regular (follow a regular set of rules) a. voco vocare - call b. moneo monere - warn 1st Principal.

First Conjugation. 1st Principal Part - moneo = Present Active Indicative = I warn 2nd principal Part - monere = Present Active Infinitive = to warn Any regular verb which has a first principal part ending in eo and a second principal part ending in ere is/Personal Endings SingularSubjectPluralSubject 1. o/mI1. muswe 2. syou2. tisyou 3. the, she, it3. ntthey, N.P.N. N.S.N Present Tense of voco vocare – call (Page 36) Rule = Present Stem + ba + Personal Endings Singular 1. voca+ba+m = vocabamI was calling, /


Present Continuous Tense Present ActionsTemporary ActionsLonger Actions in ProgressFuture (Personal) Arrangements and PlansTendencies and TrendsIrritation.

get stop swimming getting stopping Irregular Verbs lie die lying dying * We use the following time expressions in the Present Continuous Tense: AT THE MOMENT NOW AT PRESENT RIGHT NOW TODAY TONIGHT NOWADAYS THESE DAYS USE PRESENT CONTINUOUSPRESENT SIMPLE for present actionsfor general/ permanent actions I’m working at a hotel.I work at a hotel. for future arrangements and plansfuture events (part of a timetable) We are playing football this evening.My train leaves at 8.00 this evening. for longer actions in/


Parts of Speech: VERB TENSES

the Predicate part of the sentence. A VERB is one of the 8 parts of speech. So, what is meant by VERB TENSE ? Parts of Speech: What are VERB TENSES? So, what is meant by VERB TENSE ? Since all VERBS make a statement about their subjects, they indicate when the time of the action takes place. This is the TENSE: Past, Present, and Future Parts of Speech: What are VERB TENSES? Present Verb Tense PRESENT TENSE refers/


Conditional Sentences

Conditional Sentences Structure : A conditional sentence is composed of 2 parts : If-clause + Main Clause Example : If it rains tomorrow, we will not come. If-clause Main Clause Conditional Sentences Types : There are 4 types of conditional sentences. They are classified according to their specific implications. Each type of conditional sentences uses different tenses to show the difference in their implications. Conditional Sentences Type 0 : Use/


VERB TENSE Tense denotes the time of the action indicated by a verb. The time is not always the same as that indicated by the name of the tense.

). Verb Forms RegularIrregular Regular Verbs  Regular verbs form their past tense and past participle by adding –ed or –d to their present tense form.  More than 95% of all English verbs are regular.  Regular verbs cause few problems in speaking and writing. Regular verbs and their Principal Parts Principal Parts: Verb: Present Tense Present Participle Past Tense Past Participle To call call, calls callingcalled (have) called To/


Verbs: Where the Action Is Eng 050. The Almighty Verb When last we went over grammar we did an overview of the parts of speech and dabbled into sentence.

sky, and the cloud cover is just right, we saw the water glistening.” Here the verb “is” is present tense, and the word “saw” is past tense. This is incorrect. The Last Word(s) on Verbs Another important part of writing is the “voice” of the you use in your writing. There’s two voices Passive—in which the subject receives the action. “The employees/


 I can define and identify verbs  I can identify the difference between Action and Linking Verbs  I can identify and use correctly the three verb tenses.

action or otherwise helps to make a statement. 2. Action and Linking Verbs 3. Present, Past, and Future-tense 4. Underlining… 1. South-bound trains usually depart from Platform 2. 2. The aches and pains persist for several days. 3. Grammarians classify words by part of speech categories. 1. Discarded: thrown away as useless 2. Shrill: high-pitched or piercing 3. Transposed: to/


Present Tense and Imperatives of Verbs. Present Tense Present tense shows action is occurring right now Present tense shows action is occurring right.

the STEM Add endings to the stem to change the person and number of the verb Add endings to the stem to change the person and number of the verb Present Tense - Conjugated SingularPlural 1 st Person paideÚ w I teach paideÚ omen We/working with the w- conjugation? Look at the principal parts Look at the principal parts The first principal part listed is the present tense, active voice, indicative mood form The first principal part listed is the present tense, active voice, indicative mood form If it ends in /


Irregular Verbs - Part 4 (Verbs that do not use “ed” for past tense)

. Present Tense: weave Past Tense: wove Spell the past tense of the present tense verb listed below. Present Tense: weep Check your answer. Present Tense: weep Past Tense: wept Spell the past tense of the present tense verb listed below. Present Tense: win Check your answer. Present Tense: win Past Tense: won Spell the past tense of the present tense verb listed below. Present Tense: write Check your answer. Present Tense: write Past Tense: wrote That’s all for Part Four!


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