Verb Tense

Remember that a verb is an action word.
The verb in a sentence can tell us when something happened or will happen-in the past, in the present, or in the future.
Example: Yesterday, I walked to the store.
Today, I walk to the store.
Tomorrow, I will walk to the store.
To show that an action happened in the past, you can add "ed" to the end of the word.
To show that an action will happen in the future, you add "will" in front of the verb.
Verb Tense





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Verb Tenses
Simple Verb Tenses
Progressive Verb Tenses
Future Perfect Verb Tense
Perfect Verb Tenses
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Shifts in Verb Tense
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Perfect Verb Tenses
Present Perfect Verb Tense
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