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Transcript of Verb Tenses
Past Present or Future Do these sentences have
Correct or Incorrect Verb Tense Shifts? "Tense" refers to the form of the verb that indicates time. Henry is sleeping.
Julie will wake him up.
They are going to the diner.
Henry ordered eggs.
Julie ate a bagel.
Fred meets them on the corner.
They all will watch a movie. Henry ordered eggs and Julie eats a bagel.
Fred meets them on the corner and they walked to the movie theater.
Julie and Henry will meet Fred so they can watch a movie together.
Fred talked to Julie while Henry runs away.
Henry and Fred are walking but Julie is skipping. CC Standard 5.1d
Recognize and correct inappropriate shifts in verb tense. Objective: Students will be able to successfully write a well organized paragraph using appropriate shifts in verb tense. Verbs can be PAST, PRESENT and FUTURE Present Tense - I am walking
Past Tense - I walked
Future Tense - I will walk When we write sentences we must avoid shifting tenses. I walked yesterday. I am walking. I will walk tomorrow.
Past NOW Future Anything that happens RIGHT NOW is the PRESENT
Anything that happened BEFORE NOW is the PAST
Anything that will happen AFTER NOW is the FUTURE An incorrect verb tense shift is when you use two different tenses in one sentence. For example: Yesterday I walked to school and wear my backpack. Correct: Yesterday I walked to school and wore my backpack. http://secure.brainpop.com/english/grammar/tenses/ Let's Play a Game... http://www.quia.com/ba/343278.html?AP_rand=1130217493