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Present
: For he, she, it you add -s, -es
Ex- Singular: I learn.
You learn.
He, she, it learn
s.
Plural:

We learn.
You learn.
They learn.

Past
: add -ed for all forms
Ex-
I/You/He/She/It/We/You/They learn
ed.

Future
: use shall or will plus the main verb
Ex-
I/He/You/They
shall
/
will
learn.



Ch. 4 Vivid Verbs
Common Core
English Language Arts
:

Grade Two
Language Standards of English
: Conventions of Standard English 1.e Form and use the past tense of frequently occurring irregular verbs (e.g., sat, hid, told).

English Language Arts
:
Grade Three
Language Standard of English
: Conventions of Standard English 1.b Explain the function of nouns, pronouns, verbs, adjectives, and adverbs in general and their function.

English Language Arts
:
Grade Four
Language Standards of English
: Conventions of Standard English 1.c Form and use the progressive (e.g., I was walking; I am walking; I will be walking) verb tenses.


Verbs:
Action
and Being
Action Verbs
: show action

Transitive Verbs
: show action being done to something or
someone else.
Direct object

They gave candy.

Indirect Object
She gave Ana candy.

Intransitive Verbs
: show action and stand alone

She helped.

Simple Tenses: Present, Past, & Future

Perfect Tenses
Regular vs. Irregular Verbs
Verbals
-Function as nouns (subjects and objects)
Gerunds: verbs that is used as nouns
main verb +ing
Ex-
Smoking
is bad for your health!

Infinitives: it can be a noun, an adj. or adverb
(-ly) like lovely

to + main form verb acting as a noun
Ex-
George likes
to smoke
.



(Subject) ( transitive verb) (direct object)
(Subject) (transitive verb) (indirect object) (direct object)
Verbs: Action and
Being
Helping/auxiliary verbs
show state of being and help show tense
The
Pro
gres
sive
Tenses
Present Perfect
:
have/has
+
main verb
+
-ed
ending
Past Perfect
:
had
+
main verb
with the
-ed
ending
Future Perfect
:
shall/will have
+
main verb
+
-ed
ending
Ex: I/We/You/They
have
watch
ed
a movie
.
He/She/It
has

watch
ed
it, too.
Ex. I/We/You/They/He/She/It
had

talk
ed
about watching it, again.
Ex. I/We/You/They/He/She/It
will have

want
ed
the movie soundtrack.
talks about the past in the future
have shall might
be should must
do can have (to)
will could may
Regular Verbs
: form past tense & past participles (with helping verbs*) using
main verb
+
-ed
*such as can, do, does, did, may, might, must, shall, should, will, & would
Ex: scare, scared; did scare, might scare

Irregular Verbs
:
main verb
changes to form past tense & participles
Ex.
will
go
Linking Verbs/State-of-being verbs
: show
the relationship between a subject and an object
Subject Linking Verb Info. about subject
(noun) (verb) (noun, adjective,
ect.)
Main Verb
Freeze
Past Participle
Frozen
Being verbs
: Show state of being
Past
Froze
Present Progressive
Indicate action

i
n progress now
Past Progressive
Indicates action that was
in progress in the past
Future Progressive
Indicates action that will be
in progress in the future
I am talking. He/She/It are listening. They/You/We are reviewing.
I/She/He/It was learning. They/You/We were learning.
I/You/He/She/They/We will be learning.
Perfect Progressive Tenses
Present
Perfect
Progressive:
have/has + been + main verb + -ing
had + been + main verb + -ing
Past
Perfect Progressive
will have been +
main verb + -ing
Future Perfect Progressive
By: Laura Crespo, Alexa Monteverde and Ashley Nguyen
English Language Learners and Verbs
In Spanish, verbs indicate tense and number. Therefore, your ELL authors may write
Ashley cans run fast.

In Navajo languages and in Mandarin Chinese, there are no verb tenses. Therefore your ELL students may not change verb tense when writing in what should be past and future tenses

In Vietnamese, there is no verb to be. Therefore, your ELL author may write
I fine
for
I am fine
. The system of tenses is different from English. Therefore, your ELL students may write
I go last night
instead of
I went last night.
Subject-to-verb object order is not used when speaking about weather, distance, or time. Therefore, your ELL authors may write
Is snowing
for
It is snowing outside.

In Cantonese, helping verbs are not used for questions or negatives. Therefore, your authors may write
How much this cost?
for
How much does this cost?

In Korean and Japanese, the verb comes after the subject and object. Therefore, your ELL authors may write
The girl the bike rode.

In Korean, there are no helping verbs. The verb is one word. Therefore, your ELL authors may write
George to school going-be
.

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