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Copy of Regular and Irregular Verbs
Transcript of Copy of Regular and Irregular Verbs
Regular & Irregular Verbs
What is a verb?
A verb is a word that expresses an action or a state of being
sometimes there is a completely new word for the past tense of an irregular verb
Subject Verb Agreement
Most verbs are regular
that means they follow a consistent pattern of adding -d or -ed to form the past tense of the verb
these verbs don't follow a specific pattern to form past tense
I am jumping.
I am going to jump.
expresses an unchanging, repeated, or reoccurring action or something that is happening currently.
an action that was started and finished
in the past (ending of -ed)
an action or something
that is going to happen
What were some of
the verbs you heard
in this video?
This means that in a sentence the subject has to agree with the verb
If the subject is singular, the verb must be plural. If the subject is plural, the verb must be singular.
Steps to making sure the subject and verb agree:
Find the subject
Is the subject singular or plural?
Find the verb
Is the verb singular or plural?
Do they agree?
What is a verb?
What is the difference between a regular and irregular verb?
What are the three tenses of verbs?
How do you know if you have subject verb agreement?