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Oct
2021

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By Bill

Verb Tense Agreement Year 6

On 13, Oct 2021 | In Uncategorized | By Bill

Think carefully about how to change verbs in the form of the past tense. Need to add -ed or change the word? In this lesson, you have revised verbs and used forms of past, present, and future. A verb is a word used to describe an action, state, or event. Try to make your sentences interesting by adding some awesome vocabularies like adjectives and adverbians. It is important to understand what verbs are before you start writing in different forms of tense. Watch this short clip to review the verbs. When writing, make sure that each sentence contains a verb. When you write, the verbs you use indicate whether the events have already taken place, are happening now, or will happen in the future. Read the next paragraph and change all the words printed in bold in the form of the past tense. You can put them on a list. To revise verbs and use past, present, and future forms in your own writing. Watch the clip below to find out how verbs differ in the past from current and future verbs. When verbs are written in the past, they often end on -ed.

To use the present, you should write as if it were happening now. Look carefully at the picture below, and then write five sentences in the present about what the children are doing in the picture. Write five sentences in the future about what you are going to do. See how well you`ve done by checking this answer sheet. You may need paper for some of these activities and a pencil or pencil. For example, the child gently throws the ball into the air. Charlie normally wakes up at 6 a.m. on school day. As it is a usual animal, she always opens the window to see what the weather is like.

Then she runs into the bathroom, brushes her teeth and goes downstairs to eat her breakfast. She quickly eats her cereal, then drinks her fresh juice. As soon as she is ready, she returns to get dressed. Sometimes it takes time to do her hair. If she is happy, she goes to get her lunch and go to school. But that`s not always the rule. Sometimes the word changes completely. For example, like the word “jump” in this sentence, imagine something you`re going to do in the future. Maybe it`s seeing a friend, taking a bike ride or going out to play.

. If the word already ends on an e, just add a -d. . . .