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Verb Tenses

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Amanda Stone

on 24 September 2012

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Amanda Stone Verb Tenses Minnesota Standard Demonstrate command of the conventions of standard English grammar and usage when writing or speaking.
e. Form and use the simple (e.g., I walked; I walk; I will walk) verb tenses. Target Audience: Third Grade 1. The student will define past, present, and future tense verbs.
2. The student will distinguish between past, present, and future verbs.
3. The student will create three sentences, each using a different verb tense, to the best of his or her ability. Student Learning Objectives Past
(Tomorrow) The Three Tenses Something that happened before or yesterday.

My verb:

Example Sentence:
I walked to the store to get some milk.

"ed" is a way to remember the verb is past tense. Past Tense Something that is happening now or today.

My Verb:

Example Sentence:

The girl is walking to the store to get some milk. Present Tense Something that will happen soon or tomorrow.

My Verb:

Example Sentence:
My friend and I will walk to the store to get some milk.

Adding "will" in front of a verb means that the verb is going to happen. Future Tense What Tense am I?

1. I will sing at the concert tomorrow.

2. I am listening to music.

3. I will go to school on Monday.

4. My cat hopped over the chair. Let's Practice! MissAmandasSuperDuperClass TeacherWeb http://tcdn.teacherspayteachers.com/thumbitem/Verbs-Verb-Tense-Activities/original-315707-1.jpg
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