2 I can identify the principal parts of a verb I can identify the principal parts of a verb. I can use the principal parts of a verb. I can use resources to help me identify regular and irregular verbs.
3 Every verb has four principal parts: base form (present tense) present participle (is/are + -ing verb)past (past tense)past participle (has/have/had + past participle)Base FormwalksingPresent Participleis/are walkingis/are singingPastwalkedsangPast Participlehas/have/had walkedhas/have/had sung
4 Two Kinds of Verbs: Regular and Irregular Regular Verbs: form past tense and past participle by adding –d or –ed to the base form; Spelling changes are needed in some verbs.Base FormusecarryPresent Participleis/are usingis/are carryingPastusedcarriedPast Participlehas/have/had usedhas/have/had carried
5 Irregular Verb: forms its past and past participle in some way other than adding –d or –ed. Base FormeatdoPresent Participleis/are eatingis/are doingPastatedidPast Participlehas/have/had eatenhas/have/had done
6 Demonstrate what you learned: Complete pages 135-137 Due: Tomorrow