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Verbs That Do Not Add-s. Grade 1 Cheryl M. Hamilton. Remember. We learned about the naming part of a sentence. The naming part of a sentence tells us… Who? What? . Remember. We learned about action parts of a sentence.

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Verbs that do not add s

Verbs That Do Not Add-s

Grade 1

Cheryl M. Hamilton


Remember
Remember

We learned about the naming part of a sentence.

The naming part of a sentence tells us…

Who?

What?


Remember1
Remember

We learned about action parts of a sentence.

The action part of a sentence is made of the words that tell what a person or thing does.


Remember2
Remember

  • A verb is a word that shows action.


Remember3
Remember

  • An action word or verb is something you can do.


Did you know
Did you know?

  • Do not add –s to a verb that tells what two or more people, animals, or things do now.


Example
Example

  • Colin and Alicia go to college.

  • Go is the action verb.


Example1
Example

  • Rick and Cheryl like Piglet.

  • Like is the action verb in the sentence.


Example2
Example

  • Grady and Toto watch the game.

  • Watch is the action verb.


Let s practice
Let’s Practice

  • Circle the verb that shows more than one.

  • 1. Carl and Jan (move, moves) to a new house.

  • 2. They (sees, see) Annie.

  • 3. Jim and Annie (bring, brings) a gift.

  • 4. They (talks, talk) to Carl and Jan.

  • 5. Carl and Jan (like, likes) their new neighbors.


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