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1 Introducing Irregular Verbs Unit 3 Week 5Introducing Irregular VerbsThis presentation demonstrates the new capabilities of PowerPoint and it is best viewed in Slide Show. These slides are designed to give you great ideas for the presentations you’ll create in PowerPoint 2011!For more sample templates, click the File menu, and then click New From Template. Under Templates, click Presentations.
3 irregular verbs – the past tense and past participle of a regular verb is formed by adding – ed: walk, walked, have walked.When forming the past tense and past participle for some irregular verbs, a vowel is changed: begin, began, have begun, ring, rang, have rung.The past tense and past participle of other irregular verbs are formed by changes in spelling: go, went, have gone; speak, spoke, have spokenDAY 1
5 DAY 2 Irregular verb: do past tense – past participle – done Irregular verb: drivePast tense –Past participle – drivenIrregular verb: hidepast tense – hidpast participle –DAY 2
6 Mechanics and Usage: Contractions with Helping and Irregular Verbs
7 A contraction is one word made from two A contraction is one word made from two. To form a contraction, replace one or more letters in a word with an apostrophe.A contraction can be formed with a pronoun and a helping verb.We have bought a new car.We’ve bought a new car.A contraction can be formed with a pronoun and the present tense form of an irregular verb.I am the contest winner.I’m the contest winner.DAY 3
9 Kasey buyed a new pair of shoes for school this year. Sam’s shirt shrinked in the wash.Wendy has leaved her sweater at the restaurant.Mr. Morris teached us about the American Revolution last week.DAY 4