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  1. Using Verbs Correctly next exit 8.0

  2. Verbs Every verb can be conjugatedinto the present, past, and past participle form. Note: The past participle form of the verb requires a helping verb such as has, had, or have. previous next exit 8.1 - 8.2

  3. Present I walk each day. Past Yesterday, I walked five miles. Past Participle I have walked fourteen miles this week. Regular Verbs Past and past participleforms end in “ed” previous next exit 8.3 - 8.6

  4. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs An irregular verb is one whose form changes when it is conjugated. beat beat beaten begin began begun bend bent bent bite bit bitten blow blew blown previous next exit 8.8

  5. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs break broke broken bring brought brought build built built buy bought bought burst burst burst catch caught caught choose chose chosen come came come deal dealt dealt previous next exit 8.9

  6. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs dive dived (dove) dived do did done draw drew drawn drive drove driven drink drank drunk eat ate eaten fall fell fallen feel felt felt fly flew flown previous next exit 8.10

  7. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs forget forgot forgotten freeze froze frozen give gave given go went gone grow grew grown hide hid hidden know knew known lend lent lent lay (put, place) laid laid previous next exit 8.11

  8. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs lie (recline) lay lain lose lost lost ride rode ridden ring rang rung rise rose risen raise raised raised run ran run set (place) set set shake shook shaken previous next exit 8.12

  9. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs shrink shrank shrunk, shrunken sing sang sung sink sank sunk sit (sit down) sat sat speak spoke spoken stand stood stood steal stole stolen previous next exit 8.13

  10. Present Past Past Participle Irregular Verbs strike struck struck, stricken swim swam swum take took taken teach taught taught tear tore torn throw threw thrown wear wore worn write wrote written previous next exit 8.14

  11. Sit and Set “to be in a seated position” Sit Intransitive Verb(does not have a direct object) “to put or place something” Set Transitive Verb(usually has a direct object) previous next exit 8.21 - 8.22

  12. Present Past Past Participle Principal Parts sit sat sat set set set previous next exit 8.23

  13. The dentist set the equipment to takean x-ray. Dentist is placing the equipment. The word “equipment” is the direct object of the verb “set.” previous next exit 8.24 - 8.25

  14. John sat on thestone wall toeat lunch. John is resting on the wall. previous next exit 8.26 - 8.27

  15. Lie Lay and Lie Lay “to put or place something” Transitive Verb(almost always has an object) “being in horizontal position, or to remain, or to be situated” Intransitive Verb(never has an object) previous next exit 8.28 - 8.29

  16. Present Past Past Participle Principal Parts lay laid laid lie lay lain previous next exit 8.30

  17. Jared laid theblocks onthe table. Jared placed the blocks.“Blocks” is the direct object. previous next exit 8.31 - 8.32

  18. I will lie downfor a nap. Lie means to recline. There is no direct object in this sentence. previous next exit 8.33 - 8.34

  19. Raise Rise and Raise “to go to a higher position” Rise Intransitive Verb(never has an object) “to lift to a higher position” Transitive Verb(almost always has an object) previous next exit 8.35 - 8.36

  20. Present Past Past Participle Principal Parts rise rose risen raise raised raised previous next exit 8.37

  21. The creek rises inthe early spring. Rises means the river goes to a higher position.There is no object. previous next exit 8.38

  22. Tonya raised her hand to answerthe question. Raised means to lift higher.Hand is the direct object of raised. previous next exit 8.39

  23. Let and Leave Let “to permit or to allow” Stan let meborrow his disk. previous next exit 8.40 - 8.41

  24. Let and Leave Leave “to go away from” Ken leaves workat five o’clock. previous next exit 8.42 -8.43

  25. Let and Leave Leave “to place something and go away from it” Please take the blueprintsto Mrs. Smith and leave them on her desk. previous next exit 8.45 - 8.46

  26. Let and Leave Leave “not to change ordisturb something” Leave the ribs on the grill for anotherfifteen minutes. previous next exit 8.47 -8.48

  27. Present Past Past Participle Principal Parts let let have let leave left have left previous next exit 8.48

  28. Bring and Take Bring “denotes movement toward the person speaking” Come over tonight and bring yourguitar with you. previous next exit 8.49 -8.50

  29. Bring and Take Take “denotes movement awayfrom the person speaking” Go to the office and take these copieswith you. previous next exit 8.51 -8.52

  30. Present Past Past Participle Principal Parts bring brought have brought take taken have taken previous next exit 8.48

  31. Reminder Past participles use helping verbs, not prepositions. Therefore, use only verbs in a verb phrase, not prepositions. previous next exit 8.54

  32. Correct: We should have started sooner. Incorrect: We should of started sooner. The word of is not a verb.It is a preposition. The verbs shouldhavestartedare correct. previous exit 6.58 8.55 - 8.56