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Title: Verb Tenses


1
Verb Tenses
  • Past, Present, Future, and Perfect

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Definition
  • TENSE basically means time

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  • Present Tense Today

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  • The present tense NEVER has a helping verb!

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  • To form the present tense, use the base form of
    the verb.

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Example
  • Megan goes to the store.

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Practice
  1. I bake cookies.
  2. John is talking to his sister.
  3. Jacynda walks to her 4th period class.

PRESENT
NOT
PRESENT
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  • Past Tense Yesterday
  • (has already happened)

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  • The past tense never has a helping verb.

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  • To form the past tense, add an ed ending to the
    base form of the verb.

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Example
  • Megan went to the store.

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Practice
  • He left his book in the classroom.
  • David watched the movie.
  • Ryan has made many copies of the grammar pages.

PAST
PAST
NOT
13
  • Future Tense Tomorrow
  • (time that has yet to occur)

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  • The future tense requires a helping verb.

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Helping Verbs for Future Tense
  • shall (typically used with I or we)
  • will

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  • To form the future tense, add will or shall
    before the base form of the verb.

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Example
  • Megan will go to the store.

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Practice
  1. I shall conquer my fears!
  2. My family will gather together for Christmas
    dinner.
  3. Victor will memorize the linking verbs over
    Thanksgiving break.

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Present, Past, or Future?
  • 1. Enoch knew the answers.

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Present, Past, or Future?
  • 2. After the lesson, the students will know the
    different tenses.

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Present, Past, or Future?
  • 3. I know all the planets in this solar system.

22
Present, Past, or Future?
  • 4. Eric hits the ball really hard!

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Present, Past, or Future?
  • 5. Kelly hit the ball over the fence.

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Present, Past, or Future?
  • 6. Will you hit first at the game?

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Perfect Tenses
  • Present Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Perfect

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  • Perfect Tense Complete
  • (the action has been completed)

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  • The perfect tense requires the helping verb
    have.

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Forms of Have
  • Present
  • have
  • has
  • Past
  • had
  • Future
  • will have
  • shall have

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  • To form the perfect tense, use the correct tense
    of have as the helping verb and a past
    participle as the main verb.

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Verb Form Chart
Base Form Present Participle Past Past Participle
turn (is) turning turned (have) turned
hit (is) hitting hit (have) hit
walk (is) walking walked (have) walked
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Present Perfect
  • present form of have past participle
  • have walked

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Past Perfect
  • past form of have past participle
  • had walked

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Future Perfect
  • future form of have past participle
  • will have walked
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