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Action Verbs: ESL Lesson 1
Verbs are so exciting, especially action verbs! Jump into action and get your ESL class fluent in using and identifying verbs in sentences. They participate in three different activities that will help them define what action verbs are, how to locate them in sentence, and how to use them correctly. Two of the activities are actually games that could potentially be used to teach other parts of speech.
Future Tense Verbs
For this future tense worksheet, students underline future tense verbs in sentences, write them to complete sentences, and make up 2 sentences about something that will happen in the future.
Verbs In Sentences
In this verbs worksheet, students complete exercises on 3 pages in which the complete predicate or the verb is identified in sentences. Students also combine two sentences into one by putting the ideas in the predicates together.
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In this grammar worksheet, students will change the underlined verbs in each sentence from present simple to past simple tense.
Say When: Using Past, Present and Future Tense Verbs
In this past, present and future tense verbs learning exercise, students decide if the underlined verb in 6 sentences are past, present or future tense verbs, write a present tense verb in 4 sentence and a past tense verb in 4 sentences. Students write a future tense verb in 4 sentences and answer two short answer questions.
Zoom to the Future: Using Future Tense Verbs
In this future tense verbs worksheet, students underline the verbs and the helping verbs in 9 sentences. Students check over their answers when done with the worksheet.
Show What your Mind Sees
Students develop a descriptive paragraph and organize their ideas using a graphic organizer that differentiates between a "telling" and a "showing" sentence. In this writing instructional activity, students visualize the traits of the main character in the book The Twits by Roald Dahl. Using the writing style exemplified in this book as a model, students organize their ideas by determining if their "telling" sentence would be best as a first, middle, or last sentence.
English Exercises: Present Simple Tense Affirmative Sentences Part 1
In this present simple verb tense online activity, students fill in the blanks in 34 affirmative sentences. They fill in the blanks using the correct form of the words that are shown in parentheses. They use the "Done" button to submit their answers.
Action Words - Present Simple Verbs
In this action words worksheet, students choose the correct word to complete the sentences in the present simple tense. Students complete 10 sentences.
Present Simple Verbs: Letter Gap Fill
In this present simple verbs worksheet, students read a letter to Jackie from Sara and fill in twelve blanks with the appropriate verbs from the word bank that completes each one grammatically correct.
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