Common Core: 3rd Grade English Language Arts : Form and Use Regular and Irregular Verbs: CCSS.ELA-LITERACY.L.3.1.D

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Example Question #1 : Form And Use Regular And Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.3.1.D

Select the answer choice that is a verb 

Possible Answers:

run

Florida 

Eric

I

Correct answer:

run

Explanation:

A verb is a word that shows an action or occurrence. 

"Run" is a verb because it shows an action. 

"Florida" and "Eric" are nouns. "Eric" is a person and "Florida" is a place. 

"I" is a pronoun. 

Example Question #2 : Form And Use Regular And Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.3.1.D

Select the answer choice that is a verb 

Possible Answers:

he

Florida

walk

happy

Correct answer:

walk

Explanation:

A verb is a word that shows an action or occurrence. 

"Walk" is a verb because it shows an action. 

"Florida" is a noun.

"He" is a pronoun. 

"Happy" is an adjective

Example Question #4 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below: 

do

Possible Answers:

doed

doing 

did

does

Correct answer:

did

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #5 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below: 

run

Possible Answers:

runed

ran

runned

running

Correct answer:

ran

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #6 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below: 

dive

Possible Answers:

dove

dives

dived 

diving

Correct answer:

dove

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #7 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below: 

drive

Possible Answers:

drives

drived

drove

driving

Correct answer:

drove

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #8 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below: 

become

Possible Answers:

becomes

became

becomed

becoming

Correct answer:

became

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #9 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below:

bend

Possible Answers:

bends

bent

bending 

bended

Correct answer:

bent

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #10 : Form And Use The Past Tense Of Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.2.1.D

Select the past tense verb for the word below:

buy

Possible Answers:

buyed

buys

buying

bought

Correct answer:

bought

Explanation:
Most verbs are regular in the past tense. That means you follow a rule like "add -ed" or "add -d" to get the past-tense form of the verb.
Some verbs are irregular in the past tense. That means you don't follow a rule. Instead, you must remember the past-tense form of the verb.

Example Question #3 : Form And Use Regular And Irregular Verbs: Ccss.Ela Literacy.L.3.1.D

Complete the following sentence using the past or past participle form of the verb given in the brackets.

The old lady has _________ better days. [see]

Possible Answers:

see

seeing

seen

saw

Correct answer:

seen

Explanation:

The correct answer to fill in the blank and complete the sentence is "seen." "Seen" is the past participle of see and correctly matches the present perfect tense of the sentence.

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