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  1. November 29, 2012 Phase 2/Unit II—The Principal Parts of Verbs and their Tenses What are the principal parts of verbs?How does one use each of the principal parts to express the 6 tenses of verbs?

  2. Your job today is to complete as a group and individually in your journal the quiz on the next slide.

  3. Quiz #1 on Principal Parts and Tenses • Write and label the principal parts for the verb “to dance”? • How do principal parts determine that a verb is regular? • Explain what tenses the infinitive and the past tense create for all verbs. • Explain what tenses the past participle creates. • Conjugate the past perfect tense of the verb “to fail”.

  4. Principal Parts of Regular Verbs to start starting started [have, has, had] started to watch [have, has, had] watched watching watched to inspect inspecting inspected [have, has, had] inspected

  5. Conjugation of Verb Forms:Each principal part provides the main verb for the different tenses. Remembering which principal part makes which tense is crucial with IRREGULAR verbs. These next slides practice this concept with REGULAR verbs.

  6. Principal Parts of Verbs Present tense All six tenses can be made with a progres-sive form. Past Tense • Present Perfect tense Future tense • Past Perfect tense • Future Perfect tense

  7. Conjugation of Verb Forms---Infinitive-Base Form Makes the Present Tense Singular Plural Istart the race quickly. Westart the race quickly. Youstart the race quickly. Youstart the race quickly. Shestarts the race quickly. Theystart the race quickly.

  8. Conjugation of Verb Forms---Past Tense Form Makes the Past Tense Singular Plural We ordered a lobster dinner at the restaurant. Iordered a lobster dinner at the restaurant. You ordered a lobster dinner at the restaurant. You ordered a lobster dinner at the restaurant. He ordered a lobster dinner at the restaurant. They ordered a lobster dinner at the restaurant.

  9. Infinitive–Base Form Provides the Future Tense I will (shall) jump far today. We will (shall) jump far today. You will jump far today. You will jump far today. He will jump far today. They will jump far today.

  10. Conjugation of Verb Forms--Past Participle Makes the Present Perfect Tense Singular Plural Ihave called the dog to dinner. Wehave called the dog to dinner. Youhave called the dog to dinner. Youhave called the dog to dinner. Shehas called the dog to dinner Theyhave called the dog to dinner.

  11. Present Perfect I have trained the dog. You have trained the dog. He has trained the dog. We have trained the dog. You have trained the dog. They have trained the dog. Past Perfect I had trained the dog. You had trained the dog. He had trained the dog. We had trained the dog. You had trained the dog. They had trained the dog. Past Participle Provides the Present Perfect and Past Perfect Tense

  12. Future Tense I will (shall) yell at the computer. You will yell at the computer. She will yell at the computer. We will (shall) yell at the computer. You will yell at the computer. They will yell at the computer. Future PerfectTense I will (shall) have yelled at the computer. You will have yelled at the computer. She will have yelled at the computer. We will (shall) have yelled at the computer. You will have yelled at the computer. They will have yelled at the computer. Future Tense vs. Future Perfect Tense

  13. Principal Parts of Verbs Present tense All six tenses can be made with a progres-sive form. Past Tense • Present Perfect tense Future tense • Past Perfect tense • Future Perfect tense

  14. Conjugation of Verb Forms---Present Participle Makes the Present Progressive Singular Plural I am acting in the theater. Weare acting in the theater. Youare acting in the theater. Youare acting in the theater. Sheis acting in the theater. Theyare acting in the theater.

  15. Conjugation of Verb Forms---Present Participle Makes the Past Progressive Singular Plural I was acting in the theater. Wewere acting in the theater. Youwere actingin the theater. Youwere acting in the theater. Shewas acting in the theater. Theywere acting in the theater.