Grammar Boot Camp: verb forms

Last week, we found out that verbs either show an action or a state of being. Today we are going to focus on the different forms verbs can take. BASE FORM The base form of the verb is the first-person singular, present tense. It is the form you would use after I ______ or to _______. For example: I want, hope, run, see, think, feel, create, destroy To want, hope, run, see, think, feel, create, destroy *The exception is the verb be, am (as in I am) is NOT the base form, be is. PRESENT PARTICIPLE A present participle tells of a continuous action. For regular verbs, the present participle is formed by adding –ing to the base form. For example: wanting, hoping, running, seeing, thinking, feeling, creating, destroying PAST PARTICIPLE A past participle indicates past or completed action or time. The past participle is formed by adding –ed to the based form. *Exceptions: If the verb ends in e, just add –d If the verb ends in y, change the y to i and add –ed PRACTICE: Write the base, present participle, and past participle for each of the verbs in the chart below. Verb Fades Snores Dry Complains Dances Watch Loves Nods Walk Cry Woo hoo! Grammar Boot Camp is improving our writing one day at a time! Tomorrow, we’re taking on simple present tense.  Base Present Participle Past Participle

Grammar Boot Camp: verb Tenses – simple present
For a QUICK review from yesterday, fill in the correct BASE, PRESENT PARTICIPLE, and PAST PARTICIPLE in the chart below. Verb Graduates Leaps Fall Include Kiss Base Present Participle Past Participle

You use the SIMPLE PRESENT for: 1. Habitual actions = We always begin Monday with new vocabulary. 2. Actions occurring that moment = I see someone I know over there. 3. Facts or general truths = The first Tuesday in November is Election Day. For regular verbs, the base form of the verb is used for all persons, except for thirdperson singular. For the third-person singular, you add an –s or –es to the base verb. For example: Person First person Second person Third person Singular I You He/She/It Verb Talk Talk Talks Plural We You They Verb Talk Talk Talk

Time to practice! Fill in the correct form of the verb in the blank. 1. Stevon __________ everyday until three. (to work) 2. They __________ to eat lunch everyday at noon. (to like) 3. The crowd __________ bigger every week. (to get) 4. The people in class _________ after-school. (to smoke) 5. The dog _________ to be walked in the rain. (to hate) 6. Aliyse __________ with her dog every night. (to play) 7. Sheena always __________ very nicely. (to dress) There are a few IRREGULAR verbs in the simple present. Let’s fill in the correct verb conjugations for the verbs below. TO DO Person First person Third person Singular I He/She/It Verb Plural We You They Verb

Second person You

and Mrs. It _______ cold today. I _______ at home now. There ______ a pen on the desk. 3. we’re taking on simple past tense. Mr. 10. 7. Moxey _________ married. We ______ from Harlem. They _______ Dominican. _______ David Liz’s boyfriend? 15. 4. He _______ a writer.TO HAVE Person First person Third person TO BE Person First person Third person Singular I He/She/It Verb Plural We You They Verb Second person You Singular I He/She/It Verb Plural We You They Verb Second person You Time to Practice with the Irregulars! **The following sentences use some form of “to be”** 1.  . 6. My name _______ Fredrick. That ______ right! 8. _______ this bag yours? 13. _______ you going to Hampton next year? Woo hoo! Grammar Boot Camp is improving our writing one day at a time! Tomorrow. 5. _______ Asiyah and Kendra sisters? 12. 9. _______ I in your way? 14. 11. I ______ OK. 2.

For practice. Christina always _________ very loudly. the simple past tense is the same as the past participle. 1. (to call. to miss) 6. (to argue) IRREGULAR PAST TENSE Over 100 English verbs are irregular. Maurice _________ me last night. Be quiet. Only eight people _______ in their homework last night. the past tense and past participle will be the same. rrow!” (to pump) 2. (to turn) 2. Two girls ____________ during the last fire drill. 1. They take different forms in the past tense and/or past participle. (to be) 3. Kaseem ________ to school three days after it began in September. Sylvester _________ sleeping. _______ you a cheerleader? (to be) SIMPLE PAST TENSE You use past tense when an action was began and completed in the past. Every game day. Who __________ Gossip Girl last week? (to watch) 5. change it to an i and then add –ed. You add –ed to the base verb to form the past tense. Base Verb have bite dig pay tell Past/Past Participle Base Verb bleed hear hold say shine Past/Past Participle Base Verb light meet lay sell shoot Past/Past Participle . Khadim ________ himself up with “Rrow. This delicious chocolate ________ made in Switzerland. (to arrive) 3. For the first group.Grammar Boot Camp: verb Tenses – simple PAST Review from Yesterday – fill in the correct form in simple present tense below. Practice with simple past tense (regular verbs). If you __________ last night. (to study) 4. their past tense is not as simple as adding –ed. For regular verbs. (to talk) 5. (to be) 4. If the verb ends in –y. you will do fine on your quiz. Allegra. but I _________ his call. we’ll identify the correct past tense and/or past participle.

the verb “to be” is the most irregular. (to give) 7. (to be) 4. I _________ from Missouri to New York in a U-Haul.sit deal mean bring fight spit kneel spent buy think keep leave sent catch find Now. we’ll look at verbs that have DIFFERENT past tenses and past participles. I can’t believe I _________ an 100 on my quiz! (to get) 2. Who _________ the winning shot yesterday? (to make) Present Tense am are is are are Past Tense was were was were were Past Participle have been have been has been have been have been . Nicolette and Kendon ________ bored yesterday. Base Verb begin sing go lie sink tear blow grow throw choose speak take get ride Past Tense Part Participle Base Verb ring do see drink stink wear draw know drive break fall forget give steal Past Tense Past Participle Just like simple present.you Third – he/she/it First – we Third – they Some practice… 1. (to drive) 6. (to buy) 3. Duane _________ his table M&Ms yesterday. (to drink) 5. Kadeem __________ two Pepsis yesterday. LaQuanna _________ a new skirt yesterday. Person First – I Second .

ended and given are past participles The perfect tense is always formed using to verb to have. o Note: has is present tense.8. Who __________ to do their homework last night? (to forget) Grammar Boot Camp: verb Tenses – past participles and perfect tenses To understand WHEN to use past participles. • Ex: The race had ended. o Note: had is past tense. and the words were handed out. **Examples: • Who has broken the record for number of hot dogs ate in 60 seconds? o broken is a past participle. and future. used in the present perfect tense with has • Brad has a broken leg. o broken is a past participle. ended is a past participle *PAST PERFECT TENSE: An action that happened in the past before another past action. o Note: will have and will be are future tense. Where __________ Gabby and Princess meet? (to do) 9. • Ex: The race has ended. we need to understand the PERFECT TENSE. • Ex: The race will have ended before the awards will be given out. There are three perfect tenses – present. • Present perfect tense uses have or has (depending on who is doing the action) + past participle • Past perfect tense uses had + past participle • Future perfect tense uses will have + past participle It is important to know that past participles are NOT VERBS. *PRESENT PERFECT TENSE: An action that happened in the past at an indefinite time or began in the past and continues into the present. past. ended is a past participle *FUTURE PERFECT TENSE: An action in the future that will happen before another future action. They must be used with another verb in the perfect tenses above OR as an adjective to describe a noun. used as a adjective modifying leg Base Verb begin sing go lie sink tear blow grow throw Past Tense began sang went lay sank tore blew grew threw Part Participle Base Verb ring do see drink stink wear draw know drive Past Tense rang did saw drank stank wore drew knew drove Past Participle .

When he finally arrived. I would have _________ how to read. (to bite) 5. I would still feel sick. I’m glad to know you have ______________ me. (to go) More practice! 1.choose chose break broke speak spoke fall fell take took forget forgot get got give gave ride rode steal stole Just like simple present. What is the correct past perfect form of "We visit Paris"? _________________________________________________________ 4. What is the correct past perfect form of "We give thanks"? _________________________________________________________ . Greg finally found his dog ___________ under a bush. 1. (to forgive) 7. After looking for him all day. (to hide) 8. What is the correct future perfect form of "She makes some delicious cookies"? _________________________________________________________ 3. but we had to leave early. Henry should have never ___________ home. his date had already ___________. I had __________ pictures on the trip. (to give) 6. the verb “to be” is the most irregular. (to take) 9. (to sing) 3. What is the correct present perfect form of "I do the laundry"? _________________________________________________________ 2. (to learn) 2. If you had not ____________ me that medicine. Perhaps she wouldn’t have been _________ by the dog if the owner had come more quickly. I would have _________ all night. Person First – I Second . Write the correct form of the verb to complete the sentence using a perfect tense. Had I been able to go to school as a child. (to leave) 4.you Third – he/she/it First – we Third – they Present Tense am are is are are Past Tense Was Were Was Were Were Past Participle have been have been has been have been have been Some practice. but the film was ruined.

A: Did you like the movie "Star Wars?" B: I don't know. only) six employees. He (see. How sad! George (dream) but he didn't make it. not) 6. My best friend and I (know) years. Listen Donna. of going to California before he died. I (see. Sam is from Colorado. never) 2. One day. Stinson is a fantastic writer."? _________________________________________________________ Woo hoo! Grammar Boot Camp is improving our writing one day at a time! Grammar Boot Camp: Verb Tenses Past Tense and Present Perfect Practice *Remember. 5. but he off into the forest and (be) bitten by a 8. never) the ocean. the ocean. 10. we (expand) full-time workers. 4. I (have. in San Diego a week ago. What is the correct present perfect form of "It is hot. Since then.5. You are fired! 9. I don't care if you (miss) (be) the bus this morning. I (tell) (wander) snake. **It is formed by have or has + past participle! 1. never) . Things (change) this much fun since I (be) a kid. Inc. which is hundreds of miles from the coast. Sam (arrive) that movie. present perfect tense is used for an action that was COMPLETED in the past at an unsure time OR started in the past and continues to the present. the company (have. We still get together once a week. so he (see. him to stay on the path while he was hiking. He should come with us to Miami. You late to work too many times. each other for over fifteen 3. 7. He (write) ten very creative short stories in the last year. When we first (start) to include more than 2000 working here three years ago. he'll be as famous as Hemingway. a great deal at Coltech.

Jonny. Several to reach the top. two weeks in South America several times. The trip (be) much easier and very two or three months to very rough and often dangerous. never) mountaineers (try) climbed by anyone.11. but I (travel) Brazil and Peru. traveling (become) comfortable. Things (change) a great deal in the last hundred and fifty years. it (take) cross North America by covered wagon. I can't believe how much you (change) (see) you. The last time I (go) for a week near Machu Picchu. I (visit. The climb is extremely difficult and many people (die) trying to reach the summit. but nobody (succeed. In the 19th century. (hike) over the Nazca Lines. This tree (be) planted by the settlers who (found) our city over four hundred years ago. You (grow) since the last time I at least a foot! 13. This mountain (be. 15. **Woohoo! Tomorrow we take on the FUTURE tense!** Africa. Now you can fly from New York to Los Angeles in a matter of hours. I (spend) to to South America. never) I (visit) the Amazon. and (fly) . In the last hundred years. 14. ever) . 12.

I (attend) a doctor. 1. the next President of the United States. A: I'm about to fall asleep. Oliver (be) 8. Moxey’s class? PRACTICE TIME!! Fill in the correct future form of the verb in parenthesis. Nice and Grenoble. We (visit) Paris. After I graduate. Sarah (come) there as well. I need to wake up! B: I (get) 3. I have wanted to be a doctor all my life. 5. medical school and become to the party. 4. 6. That will wake you up. 9. you a cup of coffee. A: I can't hear the television! B: I (turn) it up so you can hear it. The speaker of the House will finish her term in May of 1998. 2. A: Why are you holding a piece of paper? B: I (write) a letter to my friends back home in Texas. The class of 2008 will graduate in June 2008. I think he (be) the air-conditioning on. I need to talk to someone about our hotel room. A: Excuse me. Shall we dance? The future tense can also be expressed by using am. or are with going to. This tense is formed by using will/shall with the simple form of the verb. is. The cheerleaders are going to cheer at Friday’s game. The surgeon is going to perform the first bypass in Minnesota. I am afraid it is simply too small for four people. Are you going to pass Mrs. Ted: It is so hot in here! Sarah: I (turn) 7. . We are so excited about our trip next month to France.Grammar Boot Camp: verb Tenses – FUTURE TENSE FUTURE TENSE expresses an action or situation that will occur in the future.

so I'd better skip the pie. As soon as the weather clears up. Shantell: I (go) piece of pie anyway. Aquasia: Wow.B: That man at the service counter (help) 10. it's freezing out there. we (walk) beach and go swimming. Jerry: (you. what do you want me to do? Jerry: I (change) the broken light bulb in the lamp above the dining room table. I (hold) Shari: Where are you going? Maurice: I (go) groceries. Shantell: I (make) piece of pie as well? some coffee to warm us up. do) that picture of the ocean out of the travel with it? Maxiel: I (paint) a watercolor of the ocean for my art class. do) me a favor. I need someone to hold the ladder for me while I am up there. some bread. and some it for you. you. Gerique? Gerique: Sure. get) Maurice: I (buy) coffee. Liz: What are you doing with those scissors? Maxiel: I (cut) magazine. . and I thought I could use this photograph as a model. Shari: What (you. Gerique: No problem. but I'm having a Asia: I heard you're taking a Spanish class at the community college. Do you want a dinner with to the store to pick up some ? some milk. Aquasia: Coffee sounds great! But I (have) some friends later. Liz: What (you. down to the MORE PRACTICE! Fill in the correct future tense for the verb in parenthesis. to dinner tonight too.

2. 3. 3. or future tense. All I want for Christmas is you! 5. I am glad that break starts soon. I (go) to Guatemala next spring and I thought knowing a little Spanish would make the trip easier. I am glad that break starts soon. Asia: I (visit) I should take a French class. Name: ______________________________________ Period: _______ Grammar Boot Camp: Verb tenses II *Underline the verb and next to each sentence write if it is in present. Hooray! You wrote a research paper. 1. or future tense. 1. Maybe Name: ______________________________________ Period: _______ Grammar Boot Camp: Verb tenses II *Underline the verb and next to each sentence write if it is in present. past. 2. Will you miss me tomorrow? 4. My favorite gift was a dollhouse from my Grandparents. my brother in Marseilles next year. Will you miss me tomorrow? . Hooray! You wrote a research paper. past.Justin: Yeah.

in cognitive science. 1. she (lose.D. When you (arrive) ______________ in Stockholm. I (pick) _______________________ you up instead. After she (finish) . If Vera (keep) ____________________ drinking. My favorite gift was a dollhouse from my Grandparents. not) ____________________ cutting down huge stretches of rain forest. If the people of the world (do. I (plan) to complete a Ph. 5. 3. Today after I (get) ______________ out of class. 6. She (quit) _____________________ her job and go back to school. A: Do you know what you want to do after you (graduate)_________________? B: After I (receive) ___________________ my Master's from Georgetown University. I promise you that I (tell. 7. 9. Your father (plan) _____________________ to pick you up after school today at 3:00 o'clock. 8. Grammar Boot Camp: verb Tenses – present or future TENSE? It is important to know when to use PRESENT TENSE and when to use FUTURE tense. not) _________________________ the truth to a single person.4. She (make) __________________ some major changes in her life. I (go) _______________________ to graduate school at UCSD in San Diego. Fill in the correct tense of the verb in parenthesis below. we (experience) ________________________ huge changes in the environment during the twenty-first century. I (reveal. If something happens and he cannot be there. call my friend Gustav. eventually) _________________________ her job. Even if somebody (ask) ____________________ me about what happened that day. I (go) _________________ to a movie with some friends. He (show) ___________________ you around the city and help you get situated. All I want for Christmas is you! 5. stop. He (meet) ______________________you across the street near the ice cream shop. not) _____________________ your secret to anybody. 2. 4. we (go) _______________ skiing near Lake Tahoe. If it (snow) _______________ this weekend.

I/read a book. Sequan/watch TV. **The progressive tense is formed by “to be” (in present. or future tense) + the present participle (the –ing form) of the verb. _______________________________________ 4. It/rain. __________________________________________ 3. ______________________________________________ Using the following cues. Brandy/play squash. 1. They/listen to the radio. she (get) ____________________ a better-paying job and buy a house. PRESENT PROGRESSIVE – using the verb “think” I __________ thinking We ___________ thinking You ________ thinking He _________ thinking They __________ thinking PAST PROGRESSIVE – using the verb “think” I __________ thinking We ___________ thinking You ________ thinking He _________ thinking They __________ thinking FUTURE PROGRESSIVE – using the verb “think” I __________ thinking We ___________ thinking You ________ thinking He _________ thinking They __________ thinking PRACTICE TIME!! Using the following cues. ____________________________________________ 2. write the sentence in PRESENT PROGRESSIVE. ___________________________________________________ . 1. past. You/go to the store. _______________________________________________ 2. write the sentence in PAST PROGRESSIVE. She is going to improve her life! Grammar Boot Camp: verb Tenses – Progressive Tenses PROGRESSIVE TENSES describe actions that are IN PROGRESS. I/cook dinner. ___________________________________________ 5._____________________ studying.

_________________________________ 4. ________________________________________ 3. Study study!  . Jasmine and Luz/study tonight. __________________________________________ 4. Keith/work on a paper. _________________________________________ Using the following cues.m. 1. write the sentence in FUTURE PROGRESSIVE. The cat/sleep on the chair. They/watch a movie. Tyleisha/cook dinner. ______________________________________ 5. _______________________________ Woo hoo! Grammar Boot Camp is improving our writing one day at a time! Tomorrow. The team/play a big game tomorrow. _______________________________________ 2. we’re going to take a verb tenses quiz.3. Laquan/walk the dog. ___________________________________________ 5. We/sleep at 4 a.

. write what tense the verb is in from the list below (1 point). Then next to the sentence.Name: ______________________________________ Period: _______ Grammar Boot Camp: Verb tenses Directions: UNDERLINE the verb or verb phrase in each sentence (1 point).

Who passed Mr. I am going to fly home for Christmas. I will have been coaching for 4 months in February. _____ 11. Johnny was reading a book in class yesterday. _____ 7. She has been late to class for the past five days. I loved my 6th grade teacher. Who has the highest grade? _____ 2. _____ 8. I went to a meeting last night. _____ 9. _____ 5. Who will be cooking tomorrow night? _____ 4. Have you seen “I Am Legend”? _____ 6. You are taking a grammar quiz. _____ 12.a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) Simple present Simple past Simple future Present perfect Past perfect Future perfect Present progressive Past progressive Future progressive _____ 1. Easton’s test? (Other than ME!!) _____ 10. Your research paper is due in 24 hours. Shantell has played squash for 6 years. Princess and Saidah are going to attend Morgan State next year. _____ 13. . _____ 15. I will be going on the senior trip. will you? _____ 3. _____ 14.

We would like to stay longer. A transitive verb is incomplete without a direct object. The cook watched while the new dishwasher picked up the fragments of the broken dish. A direct object is a noun. COMPLETE The child broke the plate A direct object RECEIVES the action of a verb. as in the following examples: INCOMPLETE The shelf holds. According to the instructions. but whether or not it is transitive or intransitive depends on if it takes an object. *For each pair of sentences below. intransitive verbs So what’s with all this “vi” or “vt” in the dictionary? The word is a verb. Every spring. cannot take a direct object: This plant has thrived on the south windowsill. on the other hand. we must leave this goo in our hair for twenty minutes. COMPLETE The shelf holds three books and a vase of flowers. INCOMPLETE The child broke. but we must leave. COMPLETE The committee named a new chairperson.Grammar Boot Camp: transitive vs. Some verbs can be BOTH transitive and intransitive depending on the sentence. . The audience attentively watched the latest production of The Trojan Women. The train from Montreal arrived four hours late. An intransitive verb. The sound of the choir carried through the cathedral. INCOMPLETE The committee named. William moves all boxes and trunks from one side of the attic to the other. The crowd moves across the field in an attempt to see the rock star get into her helicopter. underline the verb and write a T if it is transitive or an I if it is intransitive.

transitive verb 2. Paul danced a minuet to the polka music that drifted out of the beer tent. At the beginning of the play. intransitive verb 2. and ate his dessert first. Is it transitive or intransitive? If it is intransitive. intransitive verb 8. transitive verb 2. At the feast. 1. Charles opened up his lunch. the entire cast dances manically across the stage. 1. my father left a can of paint open in my bedroom. 1. transitive verb 2. intransitive verb 4. 1. intransitive verb 3. When I was three years old. and early one morning. Much to the amusement of the onlookers. 1. transitive verb 2. intransitive verb 9. The Stephens sisters are both very talented. intransitive verb 5. transitive verb 2. intransitive verb 10. 1. transitive verb 2. transitive verb 2. intransitive verb 6. I painted my baby brother's face green. underline the DIRECT OBJECT. intransitive verb 7. examined the contents carefully. pulling a grocery cart that had lost one wheel behind her. 1. we will eat heartily. This term I am reading all of the works of Sylvia Townsend Warner. Virginia writes and Vanessa paints. 1. intransitive verb . transitive verb 2. 1. Hermione is editing her uncle's memoirs of his lifetime as a green grocer. Stella is reading quietly in the upstairs bedroom instead of doing her chores. 1. transitive verb 2.*Look at the bolded verb. transitive verb 2. The old woman struggled up the hill. 1.

There (is. 1. Have) the cows been milked yet? . 6. are) a cactus and a geranium in the window. There (is. are) children playing in the street. Were) the rosebushes sprayed yesterday? 5. There (is. are) my best friend. choose the right verb. There (is.Name: ______________________________________ Period: _______ English Grammar Boot Camp Homework Due Monday 12/10 Subject and Verb Agreement Choose the right form of the verb. are) no reason for buying these expensive items. 9. are) my slippers by the chair. There (is. (Has. 7. There (is. is) two hungry dogs on the porch. There (is. 4. There (are. There (is. are) a large chair in the corner. are) many things to be learned from older people. were) drifts of snow ten feet high outside my window this morning. Isn't) there more cookies in the oven? 6. There (is. 3. (Aren't. are) many things to do today. are) only one thing to do today. 1. 2. There (is. 3. 13. There (are. are) dry clothes waiting for you in the bathroom. 7. There (is. 15. are) no way to climb this mountain by nightfall. 14. What is the subject of each of these sentences? Underline the subject. goes) the fire trucks. There (is. is) about twenty boats tied up at the pier. There (is. Be careful. 10. are) a great film on television this afternoon. (Was. There (go. Then. There (was. There (is. are) a goldfish and a guppy in the fishtank. 11. 8. 5. are) two finals left to take. 4. Is it singular or plural? Write S or P at the end of the sentence. 12. There (is. 2. are) six students waiting for you.

Long (doesn't. On the desk (was. is) listed on the front page of the NY Post. were) plant eaters. were) the colorful state flags. goes) the Carter twins on their bikes. were) in scoring position. 11. 9. Some dinosaurs (was. were) used in the Orient at least two thousand years ago. There (was. 4. cinnamon. 18. There (go. were) only two rowboats for rent. Neither of the teams (was. is) five dollars. were) you for rehearsal? 6. (Wasn't. have) an unusual hobby. 11. is) orange. 3. is) thousands of miles of bookshelves. 19. Were) there any potato chips left over? 12. There (was. The winners of the essay contest (are. 10. The price of that album of Christmas carols (are. (Was. Have) the crocuses come up yet? 14. green. were) searching for sunken treasure. 20. There (are. In the Congressional Library in Washington there (are. is) still thousands of acres of open range. 13. Mr. 1. were) cheering wildly. How late (was. is) six poodles with the name Fifi. 15. is) many uses for a good dictionary. 8. Is) there wild horses still on the western plains? 9. were) two baby robins in the nest. were) several colorful rocks as paperweights. 2. 13. Select the correct word or expression. Weren't) all the members of the Outdoor Club at the barbecue supper? 17. In our neighborhood there (are. There (are. 5. 16. (Has. All the fans in the stadium (was. . (Are. Each of the members of our club (has. There (are. In the western part of our country there (are. 10. Above the circular pavilion (was. is) four strings on a violin. were) trying very hard to win. Umbrellas (was. and yellow canaries.8. 7. The skin divers (was. They (was. 12. don't) smile very often.

have) a hobby. We (was. (Do. were) in the planetarium for two hours. (There are. is) renowned for their persistence in reclaiming land from the sea. She (doesn't. There's) three sailboats in the cove.14. 15. tells) about a boy's adventures with pirates. were) with us on the hike to Lincoln Observatory. He (was. Does) leaves manufacture chlorophyll? 27. 20. 18. Neither Paul nor Steve (has. 26. Terry and Alma (was. Americans (has. Does) rings really tell the age of a tree? 22. were) two flamingos. The Dutch people (are. were) exploring the old silver mine. Ted's hobbies (include. 24. 23. 19. goes) to some of the football games but (doesn't. 17. . don't) understand the rules very well. have) promised to bake cakes for the fair. 25. have) played basketball for about seventy years. includes) raising tropical fish and building gasolinepowered model airplanes. (Do. 28. On the opposite shore of the lake (was. don't) believe your fantastic story. 16. Sandy (go. All the girls in our class (has. Treasure Island (tell. 21.

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