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KF G4 Q4 L CH 5 P2

KF G4 Q4 Lang Ch 5Part 2

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The tense that tells about an action that is happening now. PROGRESSIVE Tense
Progressive forms are made by using? a form of “to be” + present participle that always ends in “ - ing" (to be + ing).
Present progressive tenses are formed with what forms of which helping verb? Present tense of “to be:” am, is, are
Past progressive tenses are formed with what forms of which helping verb? Past tense of “to be:” was, were
Perfect tenses are made by using what verbs? A form of “to have” + past participle.
This tense tells about an action that happened at some indefinite time in the past. PRESENT PERFECT TENSE
Present perfect tenses are formed with what forms of which helping verb? Present tense of “to have:” has, have
This tense tells about an action that was finished before something else happened in the past. PAST PERFECT TENSE
Past perfect tenses are formed with what forms of which helping verb? Past tense of “to have:” had
This tense tells about an action that will have been completed at some time in the future. FUTURE PERFECT TENSE
Future perfect tenses are formed with what forms of which helping verb? Future tense of “to have:” will have
Identify the Tense: The train is leaving in ten minutes. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: The train will be leaving in ten minutes. FUTURE PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: The weeds had grown in a ring on the lawn. PAST PERFECT
Identify the Tense: We are going to school now. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: I crossed my arms. SIMPLE PAST
Identify the Tense: Will you have finished by then? FUTURE PERFECT
Identify the Tense: You will succeed, Abigail. Simple FUTURE
Identify the Tense: The fish was swimming in the new aquarium. PAST PROGRESIVE
Identify the Tense: He has turned on the flashlight. PRESENT PERFECT
Identify the Tense: The volcano erupted in 2010. SIMPLE PAST
Identify the Tense: The volcano had erupted last year. PAST PERFECT
Identify the Tense: The volcano was erupting last year. PAST PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: Will the volcano erupt next year? SIMPLE FUTURE
Identify the Tense: Has the volcano erupted this year? PRESENT PERFECT
Identify the Tense: The volcano will be erupting for decades. FUTURE PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: The volcano is erupting now. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: Abigail has played her clarinet all year. PRESENT PERFECT
Identify the Tense: Abigail will be playing music all her life! FUTURE PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: Abigail played the piano first, before the clarinet. SIMPLE PAST
Identify the Tense: Ms. Stumpf was teaching her class yesterday. PAST PROGRESSIVE
Identify the Tense: Ms. Stumpf taught fourth grade last year. SIMPLE PAST
Identify the Tense: Ms. Stumpf had taught fourth grade last year. Past Perfect!
What is present progressive tense and how is it formed? It is an action happening now. Made up of 'am,' 'is,' 'are' + present participle (ex: is taking
What is past progressive tense and how is it formed? It is an action that happened in the past. Made up of 'was,' 'were'+ present participle (ex: were taking)
What is present perfect tense and how is it formed? It is an action that has already happened, may continue to happen. Made up of 'has' or 'have' + past participle (ex: have taken, has played)
What is past perfect tense and how is it formed? A past event #1, followed by event #2. Made up of 'had'' + past participle (ex: had taken)
What is future perfect tense and how is it formed? An action that is going to happen. Made up of 'will have'' + past participle (ex: will have taken)
Identify the Tense: We have gone to school for years. Present Perfect
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