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Distinguishing Between Action and Linking Verbs 1
A linking verb links two words and shows that something exists, or is.
Distinguishing Between Action and Linking Verbs 2
A linking verb links two words and shows that something exists, or is.
Distinguishing Between Action and Linking Verbs 3
A linking verb links two words and shows that something exists, or is.
Future Perfect Tense
Future perfect tense is used to describe an action that will be completed before another action takes place.   Structure of the future perfect tense: “will” + “have” + past participle
Future Progressive Tense
  Future progressive is used when describing an action that will be ongoing in the future.   Structure of the future progressive tense: “will” + “be” + verb with an ?ing ending
Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Tense
Irregular Verbs Wrap Up
Modal Verbs [Can, Could]
“Can” is used to indicate ability, permission, or possibility.   “Could” is the past tense of “can.” “Could” is used to indicate ability or permission in the past and future possibility.
Modal Verbs [May, Can]
“Can” is used to indicate ability, permission, or possibility. “May” refers to permission.
Modal Verbs [Must, Should, Might]
“Must” is used to indicate an absolute obligation or certainty. “Should” is used to indicate a request, suggestion, or an expectation. “Might” is used to indicate a possibility.
Modal Verbs [Will, Would]
“Will” is used to indicate a future action, an intention, or a requirement or command. “Would” is used to indicate a past action or desire.
Past Progressive Tense (Interrupted)
Past progressive tense is used to describe: –
Past Progressive Tense (Ongoing)
Past progressive tense is used to describe: –
Past Progressive Tense (Simultaneous)
  Past progressive tense is used to describe: –
Phrasal Verbs 1
Phrasal verbs are verbs which have a preposition added to them.
Phrasal Verbs 2
Phrasal verbs are verbs which have a preposition added to them.
Phrasal Verbs 3
Phrasal verbs are verbs which have a preposition added to them.
Present Perfect Tense
Present perfect tense is used to –
Present Progressive Tense
Present progressive tense is used when describing an ongoing action.   Structure of the present progressive tense: “to be” verb in the present tense + verb with an ?ing ending
Recognizing Action Verbs and Their Subjects 1
An action verb shows what is happening in the sentence. The subject is the word that tells who or what is doing the action.
Recognizing Action Verbs and Their Subjects 2
An action verb shows what is happening in the sentence. The subject is the word that tells who or what is doing the action.
Recognizing Action Verbs and Their Subjects 3
An action verb shows what is happening in the sentence. The subject is the word that tells who or what is doing the action.
Recognizing Helping Verbs 1
Helping verbs can be used before main verbs to express variations in time or mood.
Recognizing Helping Verbs 2
Helping verbs can be used before main verbs to express variations in time or mood.
Recognizing Helping Verbs 3
Helping verbs can be used before main verbs to express variations in time or mood.
Recognizing Linking Verbs and Their Subjects 1
A linking verb links the subject to a noun, pronoun, or adjective that identifies or describes the subject. This type of verb expresses a condition of being rather than action. A common linking verb is some form of ?to be.? Substitute ?is? or ?are? to test if the verb is linking. Other linking verbs include […]
Recognizing Linking Verbs and Their Subjects 2
A linking verb links the subject to a noun, pronoun, or adjective that identifies or describes the subject. This type of verb expresses a condition of being rather than action. A common linking verb is some form of ?to be.? Substitute ?is? or ?are? to test if the verb is linking. Other linking verbs include […]
Recognizing Linking Verbs and Their Subjects 3
A linking verb links the subject to a noun, pronoun, or adjective that identifies or describes the subject. This type of verb expresses a condition of being rather than action. A common linking verb is some form of ?to be.? Substitute ?is? or ?are? to test if the verb is linking. Other linking verbs include […]
Simple Future Tense
Simple future tense is used to describe –
Simple Past and Present Tense of Irregular Verbs
Simple past tense is used to describe actions in the past that have been completed. Simple past tense of irregular verbs is formed in a variety of ways. The simple past tense of each irregular verb must be learned.   Simple present tense is used to describe: –
Simple Past Tense of Irregular Verbs
Simple past tense is used to describe actions in the past that have been completed. Simple past tense of irregular verbs is formed in a variety of ways. The simple past tense of each irregular verb must be learned.
Simple Past Tense of Regular Verbs
Simple past tense is used to describe actions in the past that are completed.   Structure of simple past tense: verb + -ed work + ed
Simple Present Tense of Regular Verbs
Simple present tense is used to describe: –
Verb Wrap-Up in Story Form 1
Verb Wrap-Up in Story Form 2
Verb Wrap-Up in Story Form 3

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