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Title: Past, Present, and Future Tense Verbs


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Past, Present, and Future Tense Verbs
  • Pages 166-167

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TN Standards
  • SPI 0501.1.2 Identify the correct use of verbs
    (i.e., action/linking, regular/irregular,
    agreement, tenses) within context.

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Simple Tenses
  • The tense of a verb shows the time of the action
    or state of being. There are three basic tenses
    present tense, past tense, and future tense.
    These are called the simple tenses.

Examples
Present Tense Water covers most of the earths surface.
Past Tense Many changes in the ocean happened over time.
Future Tense Scientists will study more forms of ocean like in coming years.
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Directions For 1-5 on page 166, write the verb
or verb phrase. Identify the tense.
  • 1. Tomorrow my teacher will talk about dolphins.

Present tense Past tense Future tense
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  • 2. Costal dolphins stay in shallow waters.

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  • 3. One dolphin weighed five hundred pounds.

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  • 4. A dolphin sleeps about eight hours each day.

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  • 5. A newborn dolphin will spend the next three
    to six years with its mother.

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Directions For 6-15 on page 167, write the verb
or verb phrase. Identify the tense.
  • 6. High tide will return tomorrow.

Present tense Past tense Future tense
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  • 7. Many interesting creatures live in the ocean.

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  • 8. Clams dwell on the ocean floor.

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  • 9. Clams filter tiny bits of food from the water.

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  • 10. This manta ray grew to a large size.

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  • 11. Water flows into the mouth of a manta ray.

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  • 12. Soon the water will pour out through the
    slits.

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  • 13. The slits in the rays head serve a special
    purpose.

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  • 14. Sharks swim at high speeds.

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  • 15. That shark hunted in shallow water.

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Directions for 16-20, page 167
  • Write each sentence. Use the verb and the tense
    given. Remember to find the simple subject,
    which cannot be in a prepositional phrase, to
    agree with the verb tense.
  • Example Explorers first _______ penguins in
    1947. (see, past)
  • Answer Explores first saw penguins in 1947.
    Saw is the past-tense of see.

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  • 16. Eighteen kinds of penguins ____ in the
    Southern Hemisphere. (live, present)

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  • 17. Sailors once _____ penguins for food. (hunt,
    past).

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  • 18. The emperor penguin _______ almost four feet
    tall. (stand, present).

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  • 19. Many penguins ________ squid and fish. (eat,
    present)

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  • 20. Next year, scientists ______ the life cycle
    of the king penguin. (study, future)
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