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Regular Verbs

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Graeme Gemini

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Regular Verbs By Sarah, Graeme, Logan and Max 8-04 Past Tense What is a regular verb? Conjugation Future Tense Present Tense A verb is a word that expresses an action, state or occurence. Regular verbs are verbs that are all conjugated using a specific rule. This means that all regular verbs are conjugated in the same way for each tense. Continuous and Perfect Tenses If an action is continuing or completed, you conjugate the verb differently. For continuing actions, you add the verb "to be" in the appropriate tense before the verb, and "ing" to the infinitive form. For completed actions, you add the verb "have" in the appropriate tense before the verb and "ed" to the end of the infinitive form. Examples Some regular verbs are: Accept What are climb Now we know some examples of regular verbs, but what are the rules that tell us how to conjugate them? Fold I will learn
You will learn
He will learn We will learn
You will learn
They will learn Future Tense Singular Plural In the present tense, you simply place the infinitive verb after the pronoun. The only change that you make to the verb itself is adding an "S" if the pronoun is third person singular (He/She). I am learning
You are learning
He is learning Present Continuous Singular Plural I have learned
You have learned
He has learned We have learned
You have learned
They have learned Present Perfect Singular Plural I learn
You learn
He learns We learn
You learn
They learn Present Tense Singular Plural I learned
You learned
He learned We learned
You learned
They learned Past Tense Singular Plural In the past tense, you conjugate regular verbs by adding an "ed" to the end of the infinitive form. If the verb ends in "e", you add only a "d". I learn
You learn
He learns We learn
You learn
They learn Present Tense Singular Plural I have learned
You have learned
He have learned We have learned
You have learned
They have learned Present Perfect Singular Plural I will have been learning
You will have beenlearning
He will have been learning We will have been learning
You will have been learning
They will have been learning Future Perfect Continuous Singular Plural I had learned
You had learned
He had learned We had learned
You had learned
They had learned Past Perfect Singular Plural I was learning
You was learning
He was learning We was learning
You was learning
They was learning Past Continuous Singular Plural I am learning
You are learning
He is learning We are learning
You are learning
They are learning Present Continuous Singular Plural I will have learned
You will have learned
He will have learned We will have learned
You will have learned
They will have learned Future Perfect Singular Plural I will learn
You will learn
He will learn We learn
You learn
They learn Future Tense Singular Plural I will be learning
You will be learning
He will be learning We will be learning
You will be learning
They will be learning Future Continuous Singular Plural I had been learning
You had been learning
He had been learning We had been learning
You had been learning
They had been learning Past Perfect Continuous Singular Plural In the future tense, you add "will" before the infinitive form of the verb. I have been learning
You have been learning
He has been learnimg We have been learning
You have been learning
They have been learning Present Perfect Continuous Singular Plural I learned
You learned
He learned We learned
You learned
They learned Past Tense Singular Plural Quiz time!

Question #1 : If a verb ends with a consonant, what do you put on the end of the verb to make it past tense?

Question #2: What is an example of a verb that can be regular and irregular?

Question #3: What do you add to a verb to make it
continuous?

Question #4: What is a regular verb? The thing that makes regular verbs so unique is in the way they are conjugated. Regular verbs change the way they are spelled very little when conjugating them in the past tense. The only thing that changes in these verbs are the endings (-ed, -d, -ing, -s),which have specific changes, while when irregular verbs are conjugated to the past ex. run, ran, they have to be memorized because not all the verbs change in the same way. Though some verbs can be regular and irregular at the same time, ex. the verb learn. The difference between verbs Reference:-http://www.englishclub.com/vocabulary/regular-verbs.htmImage from:-www.fisher-price.com Third person present

The third person present is a unique part of conjugation for all regular verbs. To conjugate a regular verb in the third person present, add an -s to most verbs, and -es to verbs that end in -ss, -x, -ch, -sh and the letter -o. Verbs that end in -y, remove the -y, and add -ies.

Reference:http://www.grammar.cl/Present/Verbs_Third_Person.htm Answers:
#1: "-ed".
#2: Learn.
#3: Add the verb "to be"
before the verb in the appropriate tense and "-ing" to the end.
#4: A regular verb is a verb that
follows a rule for conjugation. We are learining
You are learning
They are learning
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