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Business Verb

Section 4.2 Verbs

Verbs are the (blank) of the sentence Core.
A verb describes a subject's (blank), (blank), or (blank) action, condition, state of being
Think verb as the (blank) of the sentences motor
Verb phrase two or more verbs that work together as one verb. Allows us to speak express our meaning exactly
Auxiliary verbs helping verbs
Where the the main verb in a phrase verb? the last verb is the main verb.
the principal parts of verbs are use to express the time of action, or tense, of the verbs.
The 4 principal parts are the present, the past, the past participle, and the present participle
Always be sure to use a (blank) verb with the past participle verbs. helping
Present tense of lie lie
Past tense of lie lay
Past participle of lie lain
Present participle of lie lying
Present tense of lay lay
Past tense of lay laid
Past participle of lay laid
Present participle of lay laying
When do you use the verb lie? When the subject is doing the reclining
Use lie or lay when a sentence requires the past participle with a "being" verb helper - was, were, be, or been? Lay. Ex: This foundation for our new warehouse was laid yesterday.
Past tense for rise. Past participle? Present participle? rose, risen, rising
Use the verb lie, sit, or rise when the subject is (blank) reclining
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