Verb Unit Review

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Let’s play…
VERB REVIEW
Basketball!
What is verb tense
consistency?
What does it mean to conjugate
a verb?
What are the 6
different tenses of
verbs?
The perfect tenses have what
with the main verb?
Helping
A.
B.
C.
We have completed
our homework.
Present
Past
Past Participle
C. Past Participle
We will have completed a 5
page research paper by this
time next year.
A.
Present
B.
Future
C.
Future Perfect
C. Future Perfect
We have
(swim) in that
poolswum
before.
We (drink) Mountain
Dew at Drew’s party.
drank
We have (drink)
Mountain Dew at Drew’s
party for the last 5 years.
drunk
Explain the difference
between active & passive
voice.
Active Voice: The
subject acts.
Passive Voice: The
subject is acted upon.
What is the only kind of
verb that can have active
or passive voice?
Action Verbs!
Is the following verb
active or passive?
Passive
Is the following verb
active or passive?
Passive
Is the following verb
active or passive?
Active
Is the following verb
active or passive?
Active
Is the following verb
active or passive?
Passive
Is the following verb
active or passive?
Neither!
B/c “was” is not an action verb
Which verb mood
states a fact?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Which verb mood is a
command?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Which verb mood asks
a question?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Which verb mood depends on
something else to happen?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Which verb mood is a wish
or a hypothetical situation?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
In what mood is the
following verb?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Imperative
In what mood is the
following verb?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Subjunctive
In what mood is the
following verb?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Interrogative
In what mood is the
following verb?
A. Indicative
B. Interrogative
C. Imperative
D. Subjunctive
E. Conditional
Conditional
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
Please sit /set the
apple on the desk.
set
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
Rise/Raise the flag
for the national
anthem.
Raise
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
My dog lay/laid in
front of the fireplace
all last winter.
Lay
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
Rise/Raise for the
national anthem.
Rise
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
I have laid/lain on the
couch all week
because I was sick.
Lain
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
Please sit /set in the
desk.
sit
Choose the correct form of
the verb in the sentence.
Lie/Lay the remote
on the TV stand, so
we don’t lose it!
Lay
Which verb has a direct object:
lie or lay?
lay
Which verb has a direct object:
rise or raise?
raise
Which verb has a direct object:
sit or set?
set

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