Verbs: Regular vs. Irregular

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Past tense verbs

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Irregular Verbs:

Irregular Verbs Click for next slide

Cute!:

Cute! I hurted my ankle this weekend. I falled playing basketball with my brother. I just knowed you were hurting when you standed up and maked a face. Click for next slide

Not cute:

Not cute Click for next slide I hurted my ankle this weekend. I falled playing basketball with my brother. I just knowed you were hurting when you standed up and maked a face.

PowerPoint Presentation:

Obviously, using the correct verb form is important! x hurted x falled x knowed x standed x maked hurt fell knew stood made Click for next slide ü ü ü ü ü

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs:

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs VERBS PRESENT Irregular verbs show themselves in the past tense . Click for next slide

Can you spot the irregular verb?:

Can you spot the irregular verb? Present tense: Today I walk Today I look Today I run Today I love Today I smoke Today I play Past tense: Yesterday I walk ed Yesterday I look ed Yesterday I ran Yesterday I lov ed Yesterday I smok ed Yesterday I play ed Click for next slide

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs:

Irregular Regular Verbs Past = Regular Verb + “ ed ” sewed = sew + ed buttoned = button + ed stitched = stitch + ed hemmed = hem + ed ironed = iron + ed zip = zip + ed Regular Regular vs. Irregular Verbs Irregular Verbs Verb  Past = new form wear  wore grow  grew make  made tear  tore buy  bought run  ran Click for next slide You cannot just add “ ed ” to these

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs:

Regular Verbs sew ed button ed stitch ed hemm ed iron ed zipp ed Regular vs. Irregular Verbs Click for next slide Regular verbs simply add “ ed ” for the past tense

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs:

Regular vs. Irregular Verbs Click for next slide Irregular Verbs wore grew made tore bought ran Irregular verbs change form or spelling for past tense – ( NO “ ed ”)

PowerPoint Presentation:

What do I need to know about irregular verbs? Think about : Today I… Yesterday I… Many times I have… Click for next slide

Regular Verb::

Today I Yesterday I Many times I walk walk ed have walk ed Present Past Past participle Regular Verb: Click for next slide

Irregular Verb::

Today I Yesterday I Many times I go went have gone Present Past Past participle Irregular Verb: Click for next slide

Verb: to sing:

Verb: to sing Today I sing . Yesterday I sang . Many times I have sung . Click for next slide

Verb: to eat:

Verb: to eat Today I eat . Yesterday I ate . Many times I have eaten . Click for next slide

Verb: to drive:

Verb: to drive Yesterday I drove . Today I drive . Click for next slide Many times I have driven .

Verb: to give:

Verb: to give Today I give . Yesterday I gave . Many times I have given . Click for next slide

Verb: to fall:

Verb: to fall Click for next slide Today I fall . Yesterday I fell . Many times I have fallen .

Common Irregular Verbs:

Common Irregular Verbs The next 5 slides contain some common irregular verbs . Many irregular verbs are found in English. Click for next slide

Common Irregular Verbs:

Common Irregular Verbs Click for next slide

Common Irregular Verbs:

Common Irregular Verbs Click for next slide

Common Irregular Verbs:

Common Irregular Verbs Click for next slide

Common Irregular Verbs:

Common Irregular Verbs Click for next slide

Common Irregular Verbs:

Common Irregular Verbs Click for next slide

Verb identity crisis…:

Verb identity crisis… Phony words that masquerade as past participles Avoid these Click for next slide

“Busted”:

“Busted” Balloons do not “ bust.” They burst . BURST The balloon burst . ü The balloon busted. Click for next slide

“Brang” “Brung”:

“ Brang ” “ Brung ” The waiter brought more drinks. ü No one “ brang ” or “ brung ” anything. Use brought . Today I bring . Yesterday I brought . Many times I have brought . Click for next slide

“Hurted”:

“ Hurted ” Do not say “He hurted himself.” Use hurt . The coyote hurt himself again. ü Today I hurt myself. Yesterday day I hurt myself. Many times I have hurt myself. Click for next slide

“Knowed”:

“ Knowed ” I knowed there was a mouse up there! Today you know . Yesterday you knew . Many times you have known. Do not say “He knowed . ” Use knew or had known . ü Click for next slide

“Drawed”:

“ Drawed ” The children drew pictures. Today they draw me! Yesterday they drew me! Many times they have drawn me! Avoid using “ drawed ” unless you are 5 years old or younger. ü Click for next slide

Correct? or Incorrect? :

Correct? or Incorrect ? Irregular verb Challenge: ü Click for next slide

Correct or incorrect? :

Correct or incorrect ? Tonya catched the goldfish after it had accidentally fell into her pasta. Incorrect! Tonya caught the goldfish after it had accidentally fallen into her pasta. catch caught have caught fall fell had fallen Now it’s correct! Click for next slide

Correct or incorrect? :

Correct or incorrect ? Although our rivals have never beat us in the playoffs, they begun to improve their training program and may win. Incorrect! beat beat have beaten begin began have begun Now it’s correct! Although our rivals have never beaten us in the playoffs, they began to improve their training program and may win. Click for next slide

Correct or incorrect? :

Correct or incorrect ? Last summer, we swam near the spot where the old ship had sunk, even though we knew it was dangerous. Correct! swim swam have swum sink sank had sunk ü ü ü know knew had known Click for next slide

Correct or incorrect? :

Correct or incorrect ? If you had not ran toward the dog so quickly, he probably would not have bit you. Incorrect! run ran had run bite bit have bitten Now it’s correct! If you had not run toward the dog so quickly, he probably would not have bitten you. Click for next slide

Correct or incorrect? :

Correct or incorrect ? I would have never drove you around if I knew your car had not really broke down. Incorrect! drive drove have driven break broke had broken Now it’s correct! I would have never driven you around if I knew your car had not really broken down. Click for next slide

Correct or incorrect? :

Correct or incorrect ? I already forgave my dance partner for the times he had hurt my feet by stepping on them Correct! forgive forgave have forgiven hurt hurt had hurt ü ü Click for next slide

Remember: Irregular Verbs are important in the past tense.:

Remember: Irregular Verbs are important in the past tense . End of Presentation.