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Shurley English Chapter 7 lesson 2

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Abby Denly

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Transcript of Shurley English Chapter 7 lesson 2

IF YOU WANT TO SEE AN EXAMPLE ON HOW TO USE THIS TEMPLATE, PLEASE CHECK: https://prezi.com/n-8ibkiw881r/number-systems/ Alas! An unwelcome mole invaded my yard and destroyed my garden. Single Verb Tenses Abruptly, the boxer in the ring threw a knockout punch at his opponent! There are three basic verb tenses that show when an action takes place: present tense, past tense, and future tense. Present tense: shows something that is happening now, in the present.
Examples: the girl dances. The girls dance.

Simple past tense: shows that something has happened at some time in the past. (The girls danced.)

Future tense: Shows something that will happen in the future. They use the helping verbs will or shall. (the girls will dance.) Regular and Irregular Verbs Complete Classroom Practice 32. Vocabulary and Analogy Shurley English Chapter 7 Mail a reunion invitation to Aunt Rebecca in New York City. Verbs tell the time of the action that occurs. The time of the action is called the tense of the verb. The word tense means time. A verb is regular if the make the main verb past tense by adding -ed to the end.
Example: want, wantED. laugh, laughED.
A verb is irregular if you make the main verb past tense by changing a vowel in teh middle of the word. Example: become, becAme. freeze, frOOze. tell, tOld. Word: Inquisitive
Definition: particularly curious
Synonym: inquiring Antonym: Indifferent
Analogy: reaching:teaching::crash:clash
-Rhyming analogy Ray and I recorded the prices and discounts for the new electronic games. Bob keeps his rabbits and chickens in a coop at the back of his house. Did Sam and Jeff buy two copies of the new book on football? Vocabulary and Analogy

word: lenient
definition: not strict
synonym: permissive
antonym: stern
analogy: carpenter: hammer::doctor: stethoscope Complete chapter 7 checkup 35 What are the three basic verb tenses??
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