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KF G4 Q4 L CH 5 p1

KF G4 Q4 Language Chapter 5 Part 1

A verb that tells what someone or something does Action verbs
A verb that shows what someone or something is AND do not express action Being Verbs
List of being verbs: Am, Was, Had been, Is, Were, Have been, are, Has been, Will be
A verb that joins the subject of the sentence to a subject complement. Linking verbs
A word that renames or describes the subject, (can be noun, adjective or pronoun) Subject complement
A verb that comes before another verb Helping verbs
A group of words containing at least one helping verb and a main verb Verb Phrases
Verb phrase Helping verb(s) + main verb
Principal parts of a verb Present, present participle, past and past participle
Name the principal parts of verb to Begin Begin, Beginning, Began, Begun
Name the principal parts of verb to Bring Bring, Bringing, Brought, Brought
Name the principal parts of verb to Do Do, Doing, Did, Done
Name the principal parts of verb to Know Know, Knowing, Knew, Known
Name the principal parts of verb to Choose Choose, Choosing, Chose, Chosen
Name the principal parts of verb to Buy Buy, Buying, Bought, Bought
Name the principal parts of verb to Break Break, Breaking, Broke, Broken
Name the principal parts of verb to Teach Teach, Teaching, Taught, Taught
Present participles end in? “ing” and often have a form to verb “to be” (in progressive tenses)
Past participles end in? “d,” “ed,” or irregular form (ex:drunk, swum, etc). Often have a form of verb “to have” (in perfect tenses)
A verb that tells about something that is always true or about an action that happens again and again. Simple present tense
A verb that tells about something that happened in the past. Simple past tense
A verb that expresses something that will take place in the future (will, shall, going to). Note when using “going to,” add a present form of the verb “to be” such as am/is/are Future tense
Created by: ka1usg



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