8th Grade - Use Verbs Correctly
Identify the correct use of verbs (i.e., action/linking, regular/irregular, agreement, perfect tenses, verb phrases) within context. SPI 0801.1.2
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- Power Proofreading - Choose 8th grade then select; Email to HME TV Staff, Sour Sid on Sports, You Solve It, Weather or Not, Animal Alarm , or any one of the mixed practice exercises.
- Quiz on Subject Verb Agreement - Select one answer from the choices provided after each sentence. The word you choose should fit the blank in the sentence. Don't use the HINT buttons unless you really need them.
- A Second Quiz on Subject-Verb Agreement - After each sentence select the verb form that will best fit in the blank. The explanation will describe the process of arriving at the correct choice for that sentence.
- Third Quiz on Subject-Verb Agreement - Select the appropriate verbs from the drop-down menus to complete each sentence correctly. There are thirty-three "opportunities for error" in these paragraphs.
- Making Subjects and Verbs Agree: Exercises - a worksheet to print, not interactive
- See whether you understand subject-verb agreement - Read each sentence, enter your response in the space provided, and then press "Submit" to check your answer.
- Subject-Verb Agreement Quiz - Select the correct verb form to agree with the subject.
- Subject-Verb Agreement: The Sore Thumb of Grammar
- Subject/Verb Agreement - Click the answer button to see the answer.
- ESL Subject Verb Agreement Quiz 1 - In the quiz questions , choose the correct verb so that subject and verb agree.
- ESL Subject Verb Agreement Quiz 2 - Do this quiz after mastering the quiz questions and their rules in the first
- Practicing adverbs, adjectives, nouns, pronouns, verbs - Word Skills 1 | Word Skills 2 | Word Skills 3
- Phrasal verb quiz - matching phrasal verbs in one column with sentences that could contain those verbs in another column
- Complete Verb Phrase - multiple-choice quiz
- Irregular Verbs - Crossword puzzle filling in verb tenses. Solution given on another page. 2nd Puzzle
- Verb Tenses - Students select verb tense in given sentence
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