Verbals Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: L.8.1.A

Core Standard

Verbals are verbs, but they will function in a sentence as a different part of speech. The best way to spot verbals is to look a for suffixes and the placement of the suffix in a sentence. There are three different types of verbals: gerunds, infinitives, and participles. Gerunds are verbals that end in -ing and act as a noun. If a verbal acts like an adjective, adverb, or noun and is accompanied by the word "to", it is an infinitive. A participle is a verbal that acts like an adjective. These worksheets will help students learn how to identify and classify verbals in sentences. They will also learn how to use verbals in their own writing.









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