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Free verb worksheets.
These printable worksheets help students learn to recognize and use verbs . Verbs are doing words or 'action' words. All worksheets are free, printable pdf files.
Grade 1 verbs worksheets
- Identifying action words and verbs
- Writing sentences with verbs
- Verb-noun agreement
- Past, present and future tenses
- Verbs ending in "ed" and "ing"
Grade 2 verbs worksheets
- Identifying verbs
- Writing verbs in sentences
- Action verbs vs linking verbs
- Conjugating verbs
- Commonly confused verbs (saw/seen; lie/lay/laid; is/are)
- Verb tenses: past, present and future tenses
- Irregular verbs
Grade 3 verbs worksheets
- Identifying verbs (actions, mental actions, state of being)
- Identify verbs and nouns
- Completing sentences with verbs
- Commonly confused verbs
- Phrasal verbs
- Subject-verb agreement
- Action verbs
- Linking verbs
- Helping verbs
- Verb tenses
- Progressive verb tenses
Grade 4 verbs worksheets
- Past perfect, present perfect and future perfect tenses
- Progressive (or continuous) verb tenses
- Helping or auxiliary verbs
- Can vs could
- May vs might vs must
- Action verbs and linking verbs
Grade 5 verbs worksheets
- The perfect tenses
- The progressive (continuous) tenses
- The perfect progressive tense
- Verb conjugation
- Noun-verb agreement
- Descriptive verbs
- Correcting verb tenses
- Verb tense shifts
- Verb tense practice (longer texts)
Sample verbs Worksheet
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Need some action in your life? You definitely need to meet up with verbs. Fun Fact: Verbs are the only part of speech that you can make a one-word sentence with. In most cases, verbs are words of action. Some verbs express a state of being. In order for a verb to be present in a sentence a subject must also be present. The verb tells us what the subject is doing. Verbs are a bit unique from other parts of speech because they change form (tense). When we want to effectively communicate very detailed information about an event it is almost impossible to do without the help of a verb or a few. These worksheets will have students identify and use verbs in sentences. We will then expand to using these parts of speech in our own writing. We cover just about every different circumstance that these guys are used.
Action Verbs - They can be used to express a mental or physical action. These are the words that have an impact in your sentence.
Active and Passive Verbs - Active is performing an action. Passive is the subject that being acted upon.
Adverbs - The good old modifiers that help give your readers a mental picture about what you are discussing.
Auxiliary Verbs - They help the main verb get the job done to create new tenses.
Causatives - Causatives tell us why or how something happened. They provide a new area for information.
Forming and Using Verbs - A very tense subject for most sentences!
Frequently Used Nouns and Verbs - A good topic to hit on with all your students.
Future Tense Verbs - Look into a crystal ball for ensuing events and actions.
Helping Verbs - They get the job done right the first time!
Imperatives - They have a sense of urgency and make what you are talking about become a necessity.
Inappropriate Shifts in Verb Tense - This is where mistakes happen. These exercises can help you avoid making them.
Infinitives - The word "to" is often used here. The also do not have a form of tense associated with them.
Irregular Verbs - They don't just fall in line. They do activate your reader's imagination.
Linking Verbs - Help make that connection between your subject and deeper information.
Matching Verbs and Nouns In Sentences - Find the connection between the two. There are many forms.
Modal Verbs - They always like to tag along with other words that are just like them. They are found often when you make a request.
Participles - All the parts of speech in the blender. Depending on how they are used, they end in either -ed, -en, -d, -n, or -t.
Past and Present Tense Verbs - Show when things happened. You will need to make adjustments to normal vocabulary.
Past Tense of Irregular Verbs - These can be tricky for most students. We encourage you to read these aloud.
Phrasal Verbs - A word combo, if you will. These words are mostly used in informal language.
Present Continuous Tense - An on-going struggle. We focus on things that happening or are about to.
Present Perfect Tense - All about the now! These events started previously, but are still active.
Progressive Verb Tense - Events that are already in progress. This makes them crystal clear.
Relating Verbs and Adjectives to Their Antonyms - A good vocabulary skill to have students practice often.
Sense Verbs - Words of action that relate to the human senses.
Shades of Verb Meanings Lists - Words can take on many forms depending on how you would like them to impact your reader.
Stative Verbs - What state are you in? This helps others gauge your line of thinking.
Subject-Verb and Pronoun-Antecedent Agreement - This will clean up the grammar, mechanics, and syntax of your writing.
Subjunctive Mood - Used a lot in the hypothetical. They express suggestions and wishes that you have.
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs - Intransitive always make sense. Make sure they agree with you object.
Using Verb Tense To Explain Conditions - What is going on here? This will help you state it clearer.
Using Verb Tenses in Sentences - These make sentences flow better and help make them more understandable.
Using Verbs To Indicate Mood - What mood are you in? Help others realize your thoughts.
Variation of Verb Meanings - What did you mean by that?
Verb Patterns - How should your parts of speech flow in sentences? We explore different ways to go about it.
Verb Tense - It all comes down to when is it happening? In some cases you will also need to state a conditional.
Verb Tense (Past, Present, and Future) - Have another go at it. These are identification exercises.
Verbal Shifts In Voice and Mood - A change in voice can really explain something better for you.
Verbals - When words function as actions and put something into motion for your reader.
Action - Write a sentence to describe what is happening in each picture. Use an specific action in each of your sentences.
Where Is The Action? - Find the action in each sentence. Just underline where it is located on this worksheet.
Picture This - Look at the picture. What is happening in each one? Write the action that you see taking place.
Subject-Verb Agreement - Which term correctly completes each statement? There may be cases where multiple words would work.
Past, Present, and Future Tense - On the line, write whether the word is in the past, present, or future tense.
Use Help in a Sentence - Write 5 original sentences using the helping words provided.
Main and Helpers - Rewrite each sentence below three times. Change the helper each and every time.
More Helpers - Use a word to make these sentences pop a bit more. Take your time and be creative with your level of choices.
Missing Terms - Use the check boxes to finish off the statements. I don't believe it matters where you go with this one.
Linkers - Decide whether the underlined term is a linker or action. Write your answer on the line.
To Be - Choose the correct past tense form of "to be" which would complete the sentences.
Or Not To Be - It helps explain the state of being of people or things. Which form would proper complete the sentences?
Writing Sentences with It - Write sentences that use "to be" as indicated. The verb "to be" can also be used with gerunds to show action that is happening right now.
Transitives - Underline the transitive in each sentence. Write its direct object on the line.
Transitive and Intransitive - Write a sentence for each word and it should be either transitive or intransitive as indicated in parentheses.
What are Verbs?
Verbs are an important part of any language. These are the words that tell us about the state in which a noun is at a given time. In other words, a verb is a word that tells us about an action, occurrence, or an action that is usually being carried out by a noun. These verbs are usually a very important part of any predicate, clause, and a sentence and without these sometimes a statement seems meaningless. Examples of these types of words include hear, look, write, speak, etc. Verbs are further explained and divided into several different types as follows:
Transitive verbs are a sub-type of action verbs. These words are usually written or spoken with a noun attached to them. The noun and the transitive usually have no other between them that connects the two. Examples include write note, kill bird, etc.
These verbs are also a sub-type of the action form, but they do not have the nouns directly attached to them. Usually the preposition 'to' is used to join these verbs with a noun. Examples of such words include listen to her, look at me, send it to them, etc.
Auxiliary verbs are more commonly known as helping verbs. These are usually used with a main verb and perform a variety of functions in a sentence. They show a verb's tense, show whether it is in negation, or to indicate interrogation. Examples of helpers include might, would, will, have, are, etc.
These are a special type of verbs that are used to express the mood of a speaker in a sentence. They also indicate feelings, abilities, ideas, obligations, possibilities, and impossibilities, etc. Examples of such words include can, must, would, should, may, might, etc.
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