verbs_being_words

verbs_being_words - Verbs words.So Spottheverbs wifesarms...

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Verbs We already know that verbs are  doing   words.  So…
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Spot the  verbs ! Mr Twit tied balloons to his wife’s arms. Mr Twit grinned horribly as he tied balloons to his  wife’s arms. The Grand High Witch held her nose and screamed at  the witches. Holding her nose, the Grand High Witch screamed at  the witches.
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But now we are going to learn how to spot  verbs which are being words.          am                 is                  are        was                  were    
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The monkeys are upside down. There is glue on the dead tree. There were no birds for Mr Twit’s bird pie. They are horrible people. We were cold and wet all week. I am here! Where are you?
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Mostly we put  being  verbs with a  doing  verb.
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This note was uploaded on 11/04/2011 for the course EDUCATION 320 taught by Professor Professorlemont during the Fall '11 term at BYU.

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verbs_being_words - Verbs words.So Spottheverbs wifesarms...

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