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Regular Verbs That's What Up

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Owen Nix

on 14 April 2010

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Transcript of Regular Verbs That's What Up

Regular Verbs By: Owen Nix The correct use of verbs Say for instance we have a sentance like: Though we never agree to any terms we showed up for the meeting anyway. Agreed < When using a verbs correctly you must be able to Them > CONJUGATE To conjugate means to give present tense, past tense and past participle So for instance lets take the verb AGREE To Agree
Present Past Past Participle Gerund Agree Agreed Agreed agreeing for Instance we have usIng the verb to lIsten I _________ (past) to you last week, too. I ____ __________ (past participle) to you for years. __________ (gerund) to you gives me a headache. Some things to keep in mind about adding -ed, -d and -t to regular verbs form their past tense

gerunds should be avoided because they make sentances more complicated and make the same point Auxilary Verbs
be Auxiliary Verbs Have Do these verbs can function on their own and are called . Primary The other is called modal verbs and they are as follows Can, could, may, mIght, Must, ought to, shall, should, wIll, Would, Used to We use these verbs to create other tenses of verbs such as the future tenses After the arialist lands in the net, he WILL
BOUND to his feet as if it is ment to happen Sometimes verbs are Irregular There are hundreds of them An example is write (Write, Wrote, written) There is no trick to these you just have to know them
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