English Grammar 101
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Foreword: To the Student and Parent/Teacher
Introduction: To Those Grammarians Among Us
Instructions: How to Complete the Lessons
Module 1: Word and Phrase Patterns
Module 2: Clause Patterns
Module 3: Verb Tense and Verbal Patterns
Lesson 3-1: Present Tense Verbs
Lesson 3-2: Present Tense Verbs (Continued)
Lesson 3-3: Intensifying The Present Tense
Lesson 3-4: The Present Participle as Verbal
Lesson 3-5: The Present Participle as Verb and Verbal
Lesson 3-6: The Present Participle as Verb and Verbal (Continued)
Lesson 3-7: Remembering The Prepositional Phrase
Lesson 3-8: The Present Participial Phrase
Lesson 3-9: The Present Participial Phrase (Continued)
Lesson 3-10: The Gerund as a Verbal
Lesson 3-11: The Gerund versus The Present Participle
Lesson 3-12: The Gerundial Phrase
Lesson 3-13: The Gerundial Phrase versus The Participial Phrase
Lesson 3-14: The Gerundial Phrase versus The Participial Phrase (Continued)
Lesson 3-15: Phrases: Verb versus Gerundial versus Participial
Lesson 3-16: Phrases: Verb versus Gerundial versus Participial (Continued)
Quiz 3-17: Cumulative Review
Lesson 3-18: The Present Infinitive as Verbal
Lesson 3-19: The Infinitive Phrase as Verbal
Lesson 3-20: The Infinitive Phrase as Verbal (Continued)
Lesson 3-21: Identification of Verbals
Lesson 3-22: Identification of Verbals (Continued)
Quiz 3-23: Cumulative Review
Lesson 3-24: Splitting the Infinitive
Lesson 3-25: Forming the Future Tense
Lesson 3-26: Past Tense Verbs
Lesson 3-27: Regular and Irregular Verbs
Lesson 3-28: Past Tense versus Past Participle
Lesson 3-29: Present Participle versus Past Participle
Lesson 3-30: Irregular Verbs
Lesson 3-31: Irregular Verbs (Continued)
Lesson 3-32: Irregular Verbs (Continued)
Quiz 3-33: Cumulative Review
Lesson 3-34: The Past Participle as Verbal
Lesson 3-35: The Past Participle as Verbal (Continued)
Lesson 3-36: Past Participle versus Present Participle
Lesson 3-37: Past Participle versus Present Participle (Continued)
Lesson 3-38: The Past Infinitive as Verbal
Lesson 3-39: Past Infinitive versus Present Infinitive
Lesson 3-40: Identification of Verbals
Lesson 3-41: Identification of Verbals (Continued)
Lesson 3-42: Identification of Verbals (Continued)
Lesson 3-43: Wishing For the Future Perfect
Quiz 3-44: Cumulative Review
Exercise 3-45: Module 3 Self-Test
Module 4: Verb Forms and Sentence Patterns
Module 5: Punctuation and Capitalization
Module 6: Supplement - Troublesome Words
Some verbs are called "irregular" verbs because they do not form the past and past participle with "ed" endings.
In each paired sentences below, click to select the correct form of the verb (past or past participle) for each sentence.
I swim each morning. Yesterday I (
We eat late. We have (
) late every day.
They arise at dawn. They have (
Our dog bites. Yesterday he (
The wind often blows. It has (
) hard today.
She breaks hearts. My heart has been (
Choose your lab partner. I have been (
I rarely come to dances. I (
) late today.
I do homework daily. I have (
) the assignment.
I drink milk. Saturday I (
) six glasses.
He drives me crazy. I have been (
They fly Northwest? Have you (
) that airline?
She sees well. Today she (
) that movie.
I see her often. Have you (
) her this week?
Did you forget? I have never (
Did the water freeze? Last night the water (
I give to charity. I have (
) every year.
They often go to town. Today they (
) to town.
She grows flowers. Last summer she (
I know the answer. I have (
) for days.
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