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TROUBLESOME VERBS. By Cheryl Hamilton Grade 5. Troublesome Verbs. Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike. . Troublesome Verbs. Lay means “put” or “place.” Lie means “rest” or “recline.” Set means “put something somewhere.”

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Troublesome verbs

TROUBLESOME VERBS

By

Cheryl Hamilton

Grade 5


Troublesome verbs1

Troublesome Verbs

  • Some pairs of verbs are confusing because they have similar meanings or because they look alike.


Troublesome verbs2

Troublesome Verbs

  • Lay means “put” or “place.”

  • Lie means “rest” or “recline.”

  • Set means “put something somewhere.”

  • Sit means “sit down.”

  • Let means “allow.”

  • Leave means “go away.”


Troublesome verbs tenses

Troublesome Verbs Tenses

  • Present Past Past Participle

  • lay laid (has, have, had) laid

  • lielay (has, have, had) lain

  • set set (has, have, had) set

  • sit sat (has, have, had) sat

  • let let (has, have, had) let

  • leave left (has, have, had) left


Example

Example

  • I let Diesel swim in the pool last summer.

    • Verb is let

    • Tense is past


Example1

Example

  • Missy sits down for a treat.

    • Verb is sits

    • Tense is present


Example2

Example

  • Colin has lain down on the tube to rest.

    • Verb is has lain

    • Tense is part participle


Practice time

Practice Time

  • You (set, sit) the CD on the counter.

  • Can you (leave, let) me pay for it?

  • My family have already (left, let) the mall.


Practice time1

Practice Time

  • After supper we (sat, set) down and watched the movie.

  • Grady has (laid, lain) down on the floor for a nap.

  • Fiona (laid, lied) a log on the fire.


Check your answers

Check Your Answers

  • You set the CD on the counter.

  • Can you letme pay for it?

  • My family have alreadyletthe mall.

  • After supper we satdown and watched the movie.

  • Grady has laindown on the floor for a nap.

  • Fiona laid a log on the fire.


How did you do

How did you do?


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