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Title: Forming Verb Tenses for Regular Verbs


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Forming Verb Tenses for Regular Verbs
  • Mrs. Zakrewski
  • 7th Grade Language Arts

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To form the PRESENT TENSEuse the base form of
the verb.Examples complain, worry, enjoy, save
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PRESENT TENSE VERBS are verbs that are existing
or happening now.
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To form the PAST TENSEadd d or ed to the base
form of the verb. Examples complained, worried,
enjoyed, saved
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PAST TENSE VERBS are verbs that are existing or
happening in the past.
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To form FUTURE TENSE verbsuse will with the base
form of the word.Examples will complain, will
worry, will enjoy, will save
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FUTURE TENSE VERBS are existing or happening in
the future.
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To form the PRESENT PERFECT TENSEuse have or has
with the past form.Examples has complained,
have worried, has enjoyed, has saved
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The PRESENT PERFECT TENSE are verbs that are
existing or happening sometime before
now.Examples We have dreaded this for a long
time.He has complained about the ride often.
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To form the PAST PERFECT TENSEuse had with the
past form. Examples had complained, had
worried, had enjoyed, had saved
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PAST PERFECT TENSE VERBS are verbs that are
existing or happening before a specific time in
the past.Examples Until today, we had dreaded
this for weeks.
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To form FUTURE PERFECT TENSE VERBSuse will have
or shall have with the past form.Examples Fred
will have been here six times.We shall have
enjoyed ourselves immensely!
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FUTURE PEFECT TENSE VERBS are existing or
happening before a specific time in the future.
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The End!
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