logging in or signing up Verbs and Action Verbs rachel.ferrell Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 4156 Category: Education License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: October 19, 2009 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 8 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... Premium member Presentation Transcript Action Verbs : Action Verbs Ms. Ferrell’s class LOVES VERBS! jump What is an action verb? : What is an action verb? A verb is one of the most important parts of the sentence. It tells the subjects actions, events, or state of being. It is always found in the predicate of a sentence. A verb that shows action is called an action verb. The words are action verbs: : The words are action verbs: coughed swallowed awake ran ride sang Can you find the action verb in each sentence? : Can you find the action verb in each sentence? The girls danced in the recital. Our mailman drove a funny car last week. His teacher wrote the answers on the board. Alice worked on her homework last night. Move On No, try again. : No, try again. Yes, that word is an action verb! : Yes, that word is an action verb! Try another sentence Move On Present verbs : Present verbs An action verb that describes an action that is happening now is called a present tense verb. The bird flies through the sky. Flies is a present tense verb because it is happening right now. Present tense verbs : Present tense verbs Many present tense verbs end with s, but some end with es, or ies. sleeps splashes cries Past Verbs : Past Verbs Verbs which tell about actions which happened some time ago are past tense verbs. The dog wanted a bone. Wanted is a past tense verb because the action has already happened. Past tense verbs : Past tense verbs Many past tense verbs end with ed, but some end with d, or ied. clapped played tried Future Verbs : Future Verbs Verbs which tell about actions which are going to happen are future tense verbs. We will awaken at six a.m. Will awaken is a future tense verb because the action has not yet happened. Future tense verbs : Future tense verbs Future tense verbs use special words to talk about things that will happen: will, going to, shall, aim to, etc. going to start shall email will enjoy Helping Verbs : Helping Verbs A helping verb works with a main verb to help you understand what action is taking place. Elmer was using the computer. 23 Helping Verbs : 23 Helping Verbs Helping Verbs : Helping Verbs Other things to keep in mind: Not every sentence will have a helping verb with the main verb. When you see an "ing" verb such as "running", be on the lookout for a helping verb also. Helping Verbs : Helping Verbs Sometimes there is another word which separates the helping verb from the main verb. One common example is "not", as in: The boy couldn't find his socks. The helping verb is could and the main verb is find. Helping Verbs : Helping Verbs A sentence may contain up to three helping verbs to the main verb. An example would be: The dog must have been chasing the cat. The helping verbs are: must, have, and been; the main verb is chasing. Online Verb GamesHit the Back Arrow on your browser to return. : Online Verb GamesHit the Back Arrow on your browser to return. Take Dave’s Quiz Helping Verb Quiz Print and complete the Action Verb Worksheet Find the Verb Game Jeopardy Challenge Board Present and Past Tense Matching Game Verb Machine More Verb Activities : More Verb Activities Irregular Verb Worksheet Verb Concentration Game ANTS PICNIC (Irregular Verb Game) Verb Worksheet MAIN You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.