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Action Verbs By Ms. Emily
What is an Action Verb? An action verb is a word that shows action.
Where is the Action Verb? Janie sings a song. The action verb is sings
Examples Mike plays the guitar. The action verb is plays. Phil ties his shoes. Ties We clap our hands. clap
More Action Verbs Some verbs describe actions that can be hard to see. Jump is easy to see. Watch, make, see, like, and add are harder to see. Example: listen
Practice They use sign language. use Can we see the band? see Moses likes the music. likes
More Practice I laugh with my friend. laugh People come from all over. come We dance with the music. dance
Unit 3 At a Music lesson. Make sentences: ……..can…….., ………..cant………….
tenses can be used to show when something happened MALT ©2007 Smart– Interactive Lessons – Language, Grammar.
Yesterday, I was at home. In the morning, I listened to music and watched TV. Later, I had lunch and studied. After that, I played the guitar and I played.
Christmas Makes Me Sing
Hi, I'm Seánna I go to St. Mary’s College About me My birthday is on the 24 th of August and I am 16. I do many sport such as basketball, hockey, rugby.
Performance Elements and Directions: Performance Performing is fun. Your class will love performing and acting out the pages of this book time and time.
WHAT DO THEY LIKE DOING? HAVE FUN!!.
There’s a Party Here Tonight
I can /can’t play the guitar. the cello the violin.
I am running What’s she doing? She’s running.
Dictation practice 5th Form Ms. Eugenia- Ms. Florencia.
Verb Rap Song NE-learning. If you can do it, then you do it. A verb is a word it’s an action word. If you do it it’s a verb!
Ha-la-la-la-la-la-la-le-lu-ia Ha-la-la-la-la-le-lu-ia Ha-la-la-la-la-la-la-le-lu-ia Ha-la-la-la-la-la-le-lu-ia.
Activities. To dance To sing To run To draw To write stories.
Teaching Literacy through Music: Exploring the Possibilities By Nayun Ha.
Lesson 7 What are you doing? I’m ing do Taegwondo. What are you doing?
Las Actividades. To dance To sing To run To draw.
Present Progressive Be : am -is-are + verb ing He is reading. They are dancing. –Created by Victoria Barachman.
Musical instruments and present simple
Praise the Lord in the rhythm of your music,
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