Regular and Irregular Verbs. Pages 194-195. Regular and Irregular Verbs. Regular verbs end with –ed in the past and past participle forms. Irregular verbs have past and past participle forms that are spelled in other ways.
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Directions for 1-5, page 194: identify and write the verb or verb phrase in each sentence. Then tell if the main verb is a regular verb or an irregular verb.
Example: William Mitchell had studied the stars for years.
Answer: had studied, regular
4. Maria was also her father’s assistant at his observatory.
5. Few people knew about their librarian’s interest in astronomical studies.
Directions for 6-15, page 195: identify and write the verb or verb phrase in each sentence. Then tell if the main verb is a regular verb or an irregular verb. Some sentences have two verbs.
Example: The father and daughter had seen great things in the night sky.
Answer: had seen, irregular
7. One night in 1847, Maria Mitchell had seen something through the telescope.
20. Telescopes in orbit around the Earth have given scientists more knowledge.