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
rregular Verbs (Continued)
When used as a verb, the past participle comes with a helping verb and forms a verb phrase.
In the paired sentences below, click to select the correct form of the verb (past or past participle) for each sentence.
Ted gives scuba lessons. He has (
) ten lessons.
We often go skating. Sunday we (
They grow corn. Last summer they (
) ten acres.
He does know the story. The story has been (
Cowboys ride horses. Horses are (
May I ring this bell? They (
) that bell.
They will run today. They (
I rarely shake. The tablecloth was (
I must shrink my shirt. Shirts have been (
Should I drink milk? I have often (
We could sing. We (
) at our office party.
Please drive the car. Ann's mother (
May I speak? Yesterday the principal (
Never steal. These items may be (
Crackers swim in soup. The team (
) in our pool.
I shall take a nap. Have you (
) a catnap?
I might tear my coat. Bill(
) his today.
May we throw snowballs? Jack (
) snow at us.
What shall we wear? We should have (
Please write. Holiday letters should be (
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