Forming and Using Verbs Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.3.1.D

Core Standard

Verbs are action words, but that action can take on many forms and affect the parts of speech of every sentence differently. Transitive verbs have a noun that receives an action. Intransitive verbs never have a noun or object receiving an action. Verbs, in general, serve two distinct purposes within the sentence they reside. They can be used to connect the subject to a noun or adjective. These are called linking verbs. Verbs can be used before an action to give off additional information within the sentence. These are called helper verbs. The worksheets in this section will help students understand how to break apart sentences and add additional verbs to the mix.









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