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- Discuss answers to exercises.
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Excerpt from Lesson:
Verbs are different from most other parts of speech because they change their form. Verbs must match the PERSON or subject of the sentence and the time of the action or state of being. We learned about person in the first lesson on verbs. The time part of the form a verb takes is called its TENSE. Verbs in sentences about things that are happening now are in the PRESENT TENSE.
I watch videos after school.
I run in the park.
Mary watches videos after school.
Mary runs in the park.
Verbs in sentences about things that already happened are in the PAST TENSE. Verbs known as regular verbs have “ed” endings in the past tense.
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