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Got a Verb Phrase? An interactive lesson plan. What is a Verb Phrase?. A verb phrase consists of two things: 1. The main verb 2. A helping verb. Helping verb. Main verb. Example: The brown cow is jumping over the rusty fence. What is a Verb Phrase?.

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what is a verb phrase
What is a Verb Phrase?

A verb phrase consists of two things:

1. The main verb

2. A helping verb

Helping verb

Main verb

Example: The brown cow is jumping over the rusty fence.

what is a verb phrase1
What is a Verb Phrase?

A verb phrase can be thought of like a boy and raft.

Main verb

Helping verb

The boy (main verb) could float in the water by himself…but the raft (helping verb) makes it better for him.

it s important to know the common helping verbs
It’s important to know the common helping verbs:
  • Had
  • Can
  • May
  • Will be
  • Will have
  • Can be
  • Can have
  • Must have
  • Must have been
  • Can have
  • Could be
  • Could have
  • Will have been
  • Might have
  • Might have been
  • Do
  • Did
  • Does
  • Am
  • are
  • Is
  • Was
  • Were
  • Have
  • Has
let s test your verb phrase knowledge
Let’s test your verb phrase knowledge…
  • had
  • been sleeping
  • been sleeping in
  • had been sleeping

Select the verb phrase in the following sentence:

Matthew had been sleeping in his bed.

oops let s review verb phrases
Oops…Let’s Review Verb Phrases!

A verb phrase consists of two things:

1. The main verb

2. A helping verb

Helping verb

Main verb

Example: Molly is talking to Billy.

I’m ready to try again!

Show me the common helping verbs

I need more review.

common helping verbs
Common Helping Verbs
  • Had
  • Can
  • May
  • Will be
  • Will have
  • Can be
  • Can have
  • Must have
  • Must have been
  • Can have
  • Could be
  • Could have
  • Will have been
  • Might have
  • Might have been
  • Do
  • Did
  • Does
  • Am
  • are
  • Is
  • Was
  • Were
  • Have
  • Has

I’m ready to try again.

more review
More Review…

Look at these sentences:

1. Monica did go to the store.

did = helping verb

go=main verb

3. “I want to eat a peach,” said Marcy.

to = helping verb

eat=main verb

2.Juli is driving to the high school.

is = helping verb

driving=main verb

3. Mr. Gowell did teach students to use the internet.

did = helping verb

teaching=main verb

Let’s do it! I’m ready.

fantastic let s try another
FANTASTIC….Let’s try another!

A. is

B. giving

C. is giving

D. giving present

Select the verb phrase in the following sentence:

Sarah is giving a present to Mark.

sorry here s another example
Sorry…Here’s another example!

A verb phrase consists of two things:

1. The main verb

2. A helping verb

Helping verbs

Main verb

Please show me common verb phrases.

Example: Molly had to go to Billy.

I’m ready to try again!

Note: Sometimes a helping verb is more than one word too!

I need more review.

common helping verbs1
Common Helping Verbs
  • Had
  • Can
  • May
  • Will be
  • Will have
  • Can be
  • Can have
  • Must have
  • Must have been
  • Can have
  • Could be
  • Could have
  • Will have been
  • Might have
  • Might have been
  • Do
  • Did
  • Does
  • Am
  • are
  • Is
  • Was
  • Were
  • Have
  • Has

I’m ready to try again.

more review1
More Review…

Look at these sentences:

1. Monica did go to the store.

did = helping verb

go=main verb

3. “I want to eat a peach,” said Marcy.

to = helping verb

eat=main verb

2.Juli is driving to the high school.

is = helping verb

driving=main verb

3. Mr. Gowell did teach students to use the internet.

did = helping verb

teaching=main verb

Let’s do it! I’m ready.

wow you re good here s another
Wow! You’re Good….Here’s another!

A. did go

B. did go to

C. go

D. go to

Select the verb phrase in the following sentence:

The girls’ basketball team did go to state.

more review2
More Review…

Look at these sentences:

1. Monica did go to the store.

did = helping verb

go=main verb

3. “I want to eat a peach,” said Marcy.

to = helping verb

eat=main verb

2.Juli is driving to the high school.

is = helping verb

driving=main verb

3. Mr. Gowell did teach students to use the internet.

did = helping verb

teaching=main verb

Let’s do it! I’m ready.

you re a verb phrase master
You’re a Verb Phrase Master!

For more verb practice – Check this out: http://www.quia.com/pop/8096.html