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grammar review Unit #2
Question: What are the three types of verbs?
Answer: Action, Linking, and Helping
Question: How many verbs can you list that could be an action verb and a linking verb (depending on the context)?
Answer: appear become grow feel look remain seem smell sound stay taste turn
Question: Find the verb of the sentence. Is it action or linking? The alarm sounded shrill.
Answer: Linking! The alarm sounded shrill.
Question: Find the verb of the sentence. Is it action or linking? I sounded the alarm.
Answer: Action! I sounded the alarm.
Question: What are the principal parts for the 2 most important irregular verbs in English— to be and to have.
Answer: InfinitivePresent Participle PastPast Participle (to) be(is) beingwas(have) been (to) have(is) havinghad(have) had
Question: Write a sentence with the verb to swing in the present tense. Then… Write the same sentence changing the tense of verb to swing to the present perfect tense.
Answer: Present Tense: I swing my purse as I walk down the street. Present Perfect Tense: I have swung my purse as I…
Question: Write a sentence with the verb to eat in the past tense. Then… Write the same sentence changing the tense of verb to eat to the past perfect tense.
Answer: Past Tense… She ate apples and bananas. Past Perfect Tense… She had eaten apples and bananas.
Question: Write a sentence with the verb to run in the future tense Then… Write the same sentence changing the tense of verb to run to the future perfect tense.
Answer: Future Tense… The contestant will run in the marathon. Future Perfect Tense… The contestant will have run in the marathon.
Question: How many action verbs can you list that often have an INDIRECT OBJECT after them? Hint: an indirect object answers the questions: VERB to whom? or VERB to what?
Answer: to give to send to mail to award to write to earn to show to make to bake to cook to bring to toss to throw to teach to offer
Question: Write three sentences using this picture of Andy and Bodie. 1.S+V+DO 2.S+V+IO+DO 3.S+LV+SC
Answer: 1.Bodie kisses Andy. 2.Bodie gave Andy a kiss. 3.Bodie is a bulldog.
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Verbs It’s what you do, or are, or seem, or other things too, but mostly what you do.
Verbs Unit 10. Action Verbs There are two main kinds of verbs: action verbs and linking verbs. An action verb names an action. It may contain more than.
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Verbs, Tense, and Auxiliaries (Plus some final information on Nouns and Pronouns)
VERBS What is a verb? Page 92.
What is a verb? Something you do? An action verb is a word that names an action. Action verbs may be more than one word. They express physical.
Verbs Write Source Verbs Verb: a word that expresses action or state of being Linking Verbs – Links the subject to a noun or an adjective.
If you can do it, it is a VERB!
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Direct and Indirect Objects. Action Verbs and Direct and Indirect Objects Action verbs are sometimes accompanied by words that complete their meaning.
VerbsVerbs Part of Speech Review: A word that expresses action or otherwise helps to make a statement Linking “be” verbs & taste feel sound look appear.
VERBS ACTION OR LINKING AUXILIARY (= HELPER) 4 PRINCIPAL FORMS SIMPLE TENSES PERFECT TENSES PROGRESSIVE TENSES PERFECT PROGRESSIVE TENSES.
VERBS A verb is a word that shows ______ or expresses a state of ______. Ex: Taylor kicked the ball. Josh is strong. Regular verbs form their past by adding.
Verb Flip Book Your Name.
Complements No, not the kind where you say something nice about someone else.
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