Grammar Grade 6, simple progressive perfect Tenses, lie/lay,

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Past participle of rise

risen

Present participle of rise

rising

past tense of rise

rose

Example of irregular verb

ride, rode, riding, ridden

Example of irregular verb

go, going, went, done

Example of regular verb

talk, talking, talked

Example of irregular verb

fly, flying, flew, flown

Meaning of lie (lying, lay, lain)

To rest or recline.

Meaning of lay (laying, laid, laid)

To put in place or position.

Meaning of sit (sitting, sat, sat)

To have or keep a seat.

Meaning of set (setting, set, set)

To put in place or position.

lay

Use version of lay or lie - Matt, please _______ the newspaper on the table.

lies

Use version of lay or lie - Most or Europe _______ in the north temperate zone.

laid

Use version of lay or lie - I _______ my glasses somewhere but I don't remember where.

lie

Use version of lay or lie - If you are really so sick you should _______ in bed.

lay

Use version of lay or lie - My dad _______ down on the coach to fall asleep but he fell asleep.

lie

Use version of lay or lie - To relax it is a good idea to _________ quietly, close your eyes and meditate for a few moments.

set

Use version of sit or set - Please _________ the dishes on the table.

sit

Use version of sit or set - I _________ in the front row of the concert I am at right now tso I can take pictures.

sat

Use version of sit or set - At yesterday's game I __________ on the 50 yard line.

set

Use version of sit or set - I _________ my books on the desk.

Raise

Use version of rise or raise - __________ the flag quickly and lower it slowly.

rose

Use version of rise or raise - Slowly the Loch Ness monster _________ from the murky depths.

raised

Use version of rise or raise - The bridge keeper ___________ the bridge so the boat could sail by.

rose

Use version of rise or raise - The speaker ________ from her chair to begin the main address.

rise

Use version of rise or raise - Please _______ to say the Pledge of Allegiance.

taught

Use version of teach or learn - My dad _________ me to ride a bicycle.

learned

Use version of teach or learn - He _________ to swim when he was 10 years old.

teach

Use version of teach or learn - Today the instructor will _________ the class about atomic theory.

learn

Use version of teach or learn - Today we will _________ about multiplication.

taught

Use version of teach or learn - Over the past year, the instructor _________ the class about many aspects of history.

Meaning of "lie"

This means to rest or recline.

Meaning of "lay"

This means to put in place or position

Meaning of "sit"

This means to have or keep a seat.

Meaning of "rise"

This means to ascend or move up.

Meaning of "raise"

This means to lift up, put up or elevate.

Meaning of "let"

This means to permit or allow

Meaning of "leave"

This means to depart or allow to be.

Meaning of "teach"

This means to give instruction

Meaning of "learn"

This means to receive instruction or to gain knowledge.

Present

Name progressive tense: We are reading to the children now.

Future

Name progressive tense:We will be singing songs later.

Past

Name progressive tense: When I was growing up I liked to read books.

Past

Name progressive tense: We were running up the hill

Present

Name progressive tense: The player is trying to score.

Future

Name progressive tense: We will be getting our dog a bone.

Future

Name progressive tense: I will be laughing if the Eagles win.

Present

Name progressive tense: The kids are playing in the yard.

Past

Name progressive tense: The boy was sitting in class yesterday.

were going

Past progressive tense - go

was sitting

Past progressive tense - sit

was eating

Past progressive tense - eat

will be laughing

Present progressive tense - laugh

are trying

Present progressive tense - try

Progressive tense

This requires a form of "be" (am, is, are, was, were, will be, is going to be)

Perfect tenses

This requires a form of "have" (has, have)

Simple tenses

This does not require a form of "be" or "have". It is the very only -- no words like "be" or "have" in front of it.

Past

Name simple tense: The Devils captured the Cup

Present

Name simple tense: The Devils play in the NHL.

Future

Name simple tense: Hopefully the Devils will improve in the future

Past

Name simple tense: The Devils season ended last year in the first round of the playoffs.

has sung

Present perfect of sing

had sung

Past perfect of sing

have chosen

Present perfect of choose

had chosen

Past perfect of choose

had damaged

Present perfect of damage

has damaged

Past perfect of damage

have broken

Present perfect of break

had broken

Past perfect of break

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