Simple Irregular and Perfect Tense Verbs Objective SWBAT

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Simple, Irregular and Perfect Tense Verbs • Objective: SWBAT identify, use, understand & know

Simple, Irregular and Perfect Tense Verbs • Objective: SWBAT identify, use, understand & know the difference btwn simple verb tense, irregular verbs & perfect tense verbs. • Essential Question: How do you determine the difference between perfect tense, irregular verbs and simple verb tense?

Simple Verb Tenses • There are three simple verb tenses: – Present Tense •

Simple Verb Tenses • There are three simple verb tenses: – Present Tense • Action is happening NOW Ex. I walk. EX. They walk. – EX. John walks up to me. Add -S – Past Tense • Action already happened in the PAST – EX. John walked up to me. Add -ed – Future Tense • Action will happen in the FUTURE – EX. John will walk up to me. Add will or shall before the verb.

Irregular Verbs • Irregular verbs are verbs that do not follow the same rules

Irregular Verbs • Irregular verbs are verbs that do not follow the same rules as the simple tense verbs. Present Tense Past Participle Begin Began Begun Bite Bitten Drink Drank Drunk See Saw Seen Write Wrote Written Bring Brought

Perfect Tense • This is used when there is an ongoing action. – There

Perfect Tense • This is used when there is an ongoing action. – There are three types of perfect tense. • Present Perfect Tense – Add has before the past tense form of the verb. » The amusement park has remained my favorite place to spend a summer day. • Past Perfect Tense – Add had before the past tense form of the verb. » Before this year, the Monster ride had frightend me. • Future Perfect Tense – Add will have before the past tense form of the verb. » After this summer, I will have visited the park for six straight years.