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Verb Flip Book. Your Name. Action Verb. Tells what the subject does Action can be physical or mental Example: Early humans moved constantly. (physical) These people worried about survival. (mental). Linking Verb. Links its subject to a word in the predicate

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action verb
Action Verb
  • Tells what the subject does
  • Action can be physical or mental
  • Example:

Early humans moved constantly. (physical)

These people worried about survival.

(mental)

linking verb
Linking Verb
  • Links its subject to a word in the predicate
  • The most common linking verbs are forms of the verb be:
  • Be, am, is, are, was, were, been, being
  • Appear, become, feel, grow, sound, seem, look and taste can be linking verbs
  • Example:

I am happy.

Larissa seemed surprised.

helping verbs
Helping Verbs
  • Help main verbs express action
  • Helping verbs + main verb= verb phrase
  • Common helping verbs-
    • Forms of be: be, am, is, are, was, were, been, being
    • Forms of have: have, has, had
    • Other forms: could, should, would, may, might, must, can, shall, will
helping verbs1
Helping Verbs
  • Examples:

Animals could carry human loads

farther.

(Could- helping verb, carry- main verb)

People had mastered many skills.

(Had- helping verb, mastered- main verb)

verb tenses
Verb Tenses
  • Tense- is a verb form that shows the time of an action or condition
  • Tenses: past, present, future, past participle
verb tenses1
Verb Tenses
  • Present- occurs now. I skate.
  • Past- occurred in the past. I skated.
  • Future- will occur in the future. I will skate.
  • Past Participle- add has, have, or had to the past tense. I had skated.
regular verbs
Regular Verbs
  • Form past and past participle by adding -d or -ed to the present form.

Present Past Past Participle

walk walked has, had, have walked

move moved has, had, have moved

live lived has, had, have lived

irregular verbs
Irregular Verbs
  • Verbs whose past and past participle forms are not made by adding -d or -ed to the present form.

Present Past Past Participle

Bring brought has brought

Catch caught has caught

Dig dug has dug

Break broke has broken

indirect object
Indirect Object

Indirect object-

  • Usually a noun or pronoun
  • Follows an action verb
  • Receives the action of the verb
  • Answers- to what or whom? For what or whom?
indirect object1
Indirect Object
  • Examples:Kathryn gave her sisters a ride.
    • Sisters- indirect object- answers to whom?
    • Ride- direct object- answers what?
indirect object2
Indirect Object
  • Examples: Hannah sent Stephanie a card.
    • Stephanie- indirect object- answers to whom?
    • Card- direct object- answers what?
agreement between subjects and verbs
Agreement Between Subjects and Verbs
  • Singular subjects- take singular verbs
  • To form singular verbs- add “s”
  • Example:
    • Teamwork is important in a jazz band.

Teamwork- singular

Is- singular

    • Each musician listens to the other.

Each musician- singular

listens- singular

agreement between subjects and verbs1
Agreement Between Subjects and Verbs
  • Plural subjects- take plural verbs
  • To form plural verbs- no “s”
  • Example:
    • The musicians play with sheet music.

musicians-plural

play- plural

    • They hear changes in each other’s sounds.

they -plural

hear- plural (no “s”)