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Transcript of verbs

by: Mackenzie Chalmers
Action verbs
- tells the action in the sentence like run, jump, dance, etc.
Linking verbs
- link the subject with the word that renames or describes the subject.
transitive
- a verb that has a direct object it answers the question who or what.
intransitive
- verbs that do not need an object to express a complete thought.
auxiliaries
- words that help the main verb.
Verbs
Verbs with Mac
Action verbs
ex:
Linking verbs
The station wagon
is
brown.
Transitive Verbs
The kids
watched
the latest episode of "The
Brady Bunch."
She
ran
(into the room) and
tripped
(on the shag carpet).
Her height
increased
5 inches, because she was wearing platform shoes.
The bell bottoms
looked
groovy.
Watched
is the transitive verb. It takes the phrase of "The Brady Bunch" as the direct object.
Intransitive verbs
We would have loved to watch more, but we had to
leave
.
Leave
is the intransitive verb. It has no direct object in the sentence.
NEATO!
Auxiliaries
I
must
have thought The Partridge Family started at 6:00pm.
Must
is an auxiliary verb.
Past tense
I used to like deviled eggs.
Present
The popcorn is popping right now.
Future
I will go to the store later to buy ingredients to make meatloaf for dinner.
Past participle
The broken wood paneling had to be removed from the family room walls.



Now you can start on your word searches that I made for you.
Now we will move on to:
past tense- expresses action or state in the past
present tense- verb referring to the present
future tense- expresses action or state in the future
past participle- usually ending in -ed.
The end
Hope you had a "far out" time!
A verb expresses a state of being
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