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English 9 Mr. Rinka - Lesson #33. Verb Tense Poetry Analysis. Verb Tense. A Verb’s Tense expresses the time of action or state of being. Verbs have 6 Tenses formed from the principle parts:. Verb Tense. Present Past Future Present Perfect Past Perfect Future Perfect.

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English 9 mr rinka lesson 33

English 9Mr. Rinka - Lesson #33

Verb Tense

Poetry Analysis


Verb tense

Verb Tense

A Verb’s Tense expresses the time of action or state of being. Verbs have 6 Tenses formed from the principle parts:


Verb tense1

Verb Tense

Present

Past

Future

Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future Perfect


Verb tenses in order of time

Verb Tenses in Order of Time

Past Perfect = existing or happening before a specific time in the past.

I had played video games before I went to bed.


Verb tenses in order of time1

Verb Tenses in Order of Time

Past = existing or happening in the past.

I played with Jenny yesterday.


Verb tenses in order of time2

Verb Tenses in Order of Time

Present Perfect = existing or happening sometime before now.

I have played baseball for five years.


Verb tenses in order of time3

Verb Tenses in Order of Time

Present = existing or happening now.

I still play with my toys.


Verb tenses in order of time4

Verb Tenses in Order of Time

Future Perfect = existing or happening before a specific time in the future.

Tomorrow by this time, I will have finished playing our game.


Verb tenses in order of time5

Verb Tenses in Order of Time

Future = existing or happening in the future.

I will play with you this weekend.


Conjugating verbs

Conjugating Verbs

Conjugating a verb is listing all 6 tense forms of a verb. We will now conjugate the verb play in active voice.


Conjugating verbs1

Conjugating Verbs

Principle parts of the Verb Play


Present tense

Present Tense

Singular

I play

you play

he/she/ it plays

Plural

we play

you play

they play


Past tense

Past Tense

Singular

I played

you played

he/she/it played

Plural

we played

you played

they played


Future tense will or shall base form

Future Tense(will or shall + Base Form)

Singular

I willplay

you will play

he/she/it will play

Plural

we will play

you will play

they will play


Present perfect tense have or has past participle

Present Perfect Tense(have or has + past participle)

Singular

I haveplayed

you have played

he/she has played

Plural

we have played

you have played

they have played


Past perfect tense had past participle

Past Perfect Tense(had + past participle)

Singular

I hadplayed

you had played

he/she/it had played

Plural

we had played

you had played

they had played


Future perfect tense will have or shall have past participle

Future Perfect Tense(will have or shall have + past participle)

Singular

I will haveplayed

You will have played

he/she/it will have played

Plural

we will have played

you will have played

they will have played


Identify verbs and verb tense

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

I have given you notes on verb tenses.

We will cover more on verbs later.

I live in a city on the Atlantic Ocean.

The students will have learned a lot about grammar by the end of school.


Identify verbs and verb tense1

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

I have given you notes on verb tenses.

present perfect

We will cover more on verbs later.

future


Identify verbs and verb tense2

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

I live in a city on the Atlantic Ocean.

present

The students will have learned a lot about grammar by the end of school.

future perfect


Identify verbs and verb tense3

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

My mother had baked a cake before.

We watched a movie on Saturday night.

He has worked for our company for years.

You will like the new downtown library.


Identify verbs and verb tense4

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

My mother had baked a cake before.

past perfect

We watched a movie on Saturday night.

past


Identify verbs and verb tense5

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

He has worked for our company for years.

present perfect

You will like the new downtown library.

future


Progressive form

Progressive Form

All 6 tenses have a progressive form as well. Progressive form presents continuing action or state of being. (appropriate tense of “be + present participle).


Progressive form1

Progressive Form

Appropriate tense of “be + present participle:

Present = be, am, is, are

Past = was, were

Present Participle = being

Past Participle = been


Progressive form2

Progressive Form

Present Progressive

We are talking about this weekend’s trip to the mountains.


Progressive form3

Progressive Form

Past Progressive

My friends were going to the beach while I was in school.


Progressive form4

Progressive Form

Future Progressive

The teacher will be giving us help after school all week.


Progressive form5

Progressive Form

Present Perfect Progressive

My class has been studying Chinese art for two weeks.


Progressive form6

Progressive Form

Past Perfect Progressive

We had been studying African art before that.


Progressive form7

Progressive Form

Future Perfect Progressive

By next week, we will have been working for two months on our art projects.


Identify verbs and verb tense6

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

My family watched television last night.

We watch television every night.

I was watching television when you called.


Identify verbs and verb tense7

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

My family watched television last night.

past

We watch television every night.

present

I was watching television when you called.

past progressive


Identify verbs and verb tense8

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

I have been watching the best television show.

I will watch that show again next week.


Identify verbs and verb tense9

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

I have beenwatching the best television show.

present perfect progressive

I will watch that show again next week.

future


Identify verbs and verb tense10

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

We will be watching television all night.

I had watched that television show before.

He is watching television right now.


Identify verbs and verb tense11

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

We will be watching television all night.

future progressive

I had watched that television show before.

past perfect

He is watching television right now.

present progressive


Identify verbs and verb tense12

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

My friends have been watching television since 4:00 PM.

I had been watching television when you called.


Identify verbs and verb tense13

Identify Verbs And Verb Tense

My friends have been watching television since 4:00 PM.

present perfect progressive

I had been watching television when you called.

past perfect progressive


Verb tense exercise

Verb Tense Exercise

http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com/lefg1_futuretenses2.html#


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth1

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance..


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth2

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee:— A poet could not but be gay In such a jocund company: I gazed—and gazed—but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought:


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth3

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

For oft when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude, And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils......


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth4

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

I wandered lonely as a cloud AThat floats on high o'er vales and hills, BWhen all at once I saw a crowd, A A host, of golden daffodils; BBeside the lake, beneath the trees, CFluttering and dancing in the breeze C


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth5

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Continuous as the stars that shine DAnd twinkle on the milky way, EThey stretched in never-ending line DAlong the margin of a bay: ETen thousand saw I at a glance, FTossing their heads in sprightly dance.. F


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth6

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

The waves beside them danced; but they EOut-did the sparkling waves in glee:— GA poet could not but be gay EIn such a jocund company: GI gazed—and gazed—but little thought HWhat wealth the show to me had brought: H


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth7

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

For oft when on my couch I lie IIn vacant or in pensive mood, JThey flash upon that inward eye IWhich is the bliss of solitude, JAnd then my heart with pleasure fills, AAnd dances with the daffodils...... A


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth8

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Iambic Tetrameter

Four Sestets (Sextet) = a six line stanza

Lyric = Songlike poetry that expresses private emotions or thoughts.


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth9

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

I wan / dered lone / ly as / a cloud

That floats / on high / o'er vales / and hills,

When all / at once / I saw / a crowd, 

A host, / of gol / den daf / fo dils;

Be side / the lake,/ be neath / the trees, 

Flut tering / and danc / ing in / the breeze


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth10

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Alliteration

The repetition of consonant sound in words that are close to one another.


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth11

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

I wanderedlonely as a cloud (1)

That floats on high o'er vales and hills, (2)

A host, of golden daffodils; (4)

Beside the lake, beneath the trees, (5)


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth12

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Assonance

The repetition of similar vowel sounds followed by different consonant sounds in words that are close together.


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth13

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

When all at once I saw a crowd, (3)

Beside the lake, beneath the trees (4)


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth14

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Simile

Comparison using “Like” or “as”

I wandered lonely as a cloud (1)

(Daffodils) Continuous as the stars that shine (7)


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth15

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Personification

Giving nonhuman things human qualities.

When all at once I saw a crowd, (3)

Tossing their heads in sprightly dance.. (12)


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth16

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

I wandered lonely as a cloud That floats on high o'er vales and hills, When all at once I saw a crowd, A host, of golden daffodils; Beside the lake, beneath the trees, Fluttering and dancing in the breeze


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth17

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

While wandering in a path like a cloud would take, the speaker comes upon a field of daffodils fluttering in the breeze beneath trees on the lake shore.


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth18

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Continuous as the stars that shine And twinkle on the milky way, They stretched in never-ending line Along the margin of a bay: Ten thousand saw I at a glance, Tossing their heads in sprightly dance..


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth19

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

The daffodils spread all along the lake shore reminding the speaker of all the stars in the Milky Way. The speaker is alone yet finds company in the flowers and makes them human like when he sees them as a crowd that is dancing.


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth20

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

The waves beside them danced; but they Out-did the sparkling waves in glee:— A poet could not but be gay In such a jocund company: I gazed—and gazed—but little thought What wealth the show to me had brought:


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth21

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

As the speaker watched the daffodils out perform the waves in the lake with their dancing, he did not fully realize the impact this experience would have on him and what he will take with him in his memories.


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth22

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

For oft when on my couch I lie In vacant or in pensive mood, They flash upon that inward eye Which is the bliss of solitude, And then my heart with pleasure fills, And dances with the daffodils......


I wandered lonely as a cloud by william wordsworth23

I Wandered Lonely as a CloudBy William Wordsworth

Later on whenever he was at home on his couch, alone, he can recall the memory of the daffodils which fills him with feelings of comfort and joy. To the speaker, he is never then alone.


What do you think

What Do You Think?

What experience have you had that when you recall gives you a feeling of comfort and even joy?


Verb tense exercise1

Verb Tense Exercise

http://www.learnenglishfeelgood.com/lefg1_futuretenses2.html#


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