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Mom (shook, shaken) out the kitchen rug.
Mom had (shook, shaken) out the kitchen rug.
Sean will wish that he had (drew, drawn) a better picture.
Sean will wish that he (drew, drawn) a better picture.
Ashley (saw, seen) the sunrise.
Ashley has (saw, seen) the sunrise.
Tucker (spend, spended, spent) the weekend playing ball.
Tucker has (spend, spended, spent) the weekend playing ball.
Avery (took, taken, taked) several deep breaths.
Avery has (took, taken, taked) several deep breaths.
Yesterday, Paige (says, said) hello to me.
Yesterday, Paige had (says, said) hello to me.
Yesterday morning, a sleepy Tanner (arose, arisen).
Yesterday morning, a sleepy had Tanner (arose, arisen).
Last week, Cameron (become, became) a "master teacher."
Last week, Cameron had (become, became) a "master teacher."
Garrett (begun, began) to play his game.
Garrett had (begun, began) to play his game.
Emily (blew, blown) a bubble.
Emily has (blew, blown) a bubble.
Marco (brung, brought) a poster to class.
Marco has (brung, brought) a poster to class.
Bailey (chose, chosen) wisely.
Bailey has (chose, chosen) wisely.
Will (come, came) to the 4-H meeting.
Will had (come, came) to the 4-H meeting.
Caroline (did, done) a wonderful presentation.
Caroline has (did, done) a wonderful presentation.
Zachary (drank, drunk) the whole bottle of soda!
Zachary had (drank, drunk) the whole bottle of soda!
Anne Marie (ate, eaten) half of her snack.
Anne Marie had (ate, eaten) half of her snack.
Sydney (fell, fallen) during PE.
Sydney had (fell, fallen) during PE.
Isabella's paper airplane (flew, flown) out the window.
Isabella's paper airplane has (flew, flown) out the window.
Jack (forgave, forgiven) me.
Jack has (forgave, forgiven) me.
Parker's water bottle (froze, frozen).
Parker's water bottle had (froze, frozen).
Samantha (gave, given) me a present.
Samantha has (gave, given) me a present.
Chloe (went, gone) home.
Chloe has (went, gone) home.
Sarah (grew, grown) two inches!
Sarah has (grew, grown) two inches!
Lydia (hid, hidden) the smarties!
Lydia has (hid, hidden) the smarties!
Marcus (knew, known) the answer.
Marcus had (knew, known) the answer.
Delaney (lay, lain) on her bed.
Delaney had (lay, lain) on her bed.
Sam (lie, lay, laid) the book on the desk.
Sam had (lie, lay, laid) the book on the desk.
Landon never (rode, ridden) a horse.
Landon had never (rode, ridden) a horse.
The bell (rang, rung) suddenly.
The bell had (rang, rung) suddenly.
The sun (rose, risen).
The sun had (rose, risen).
Coach Bob (ran, run) quickly.
Coach Bob had (ran, run) quickly.
My shirt (shrank, shrunk).
My shirt has (shrank, shrunk).
Ms. Anderson (sang, sung) at the concert.
Ms. Anderson had (sang, sung) at the concert.
Ms. Viness (spoke, spoken) at the graduation ceremony.
Ms. Viness had (spoke, spoken) at the graduation ceremony.
Yesterday, she (spend, spent) all of her lunch money.
Yesterday, she had (spend, spent) all of her lunch money.
Someone (stole, stolen) my homework!
Someone had (stole, stolen) my homework!
They (swore, sworn) not to cheat again.
They had (swore, sworn) not to cheat again.
He (took, taken) his time on the test.
He had (took, taken) his time on the test.
She (tore, torn) her new BHES sweatshirt.
She has (tore, torn) her new BHES sweatshirt.
(Throw, Thrown) that away!!!
Have you (threw, thrown) that away?
Yesterday, I (understood, understand) the lesson.
He (wore, worn) that yesterday.
He had (wore, worn) that yesterday.
We (wrote, written) many essays!
We have (wrote, written) many essays!
The Wolf Pack (beat, beaten) the other team.
The Wolf Pack has (beat, beaten) the other team.
Last night, I (bent, bended) my toe the wrong way. Ouch!!!
Did you (build, built) that with your dad last week?
I (bringed, brought) my dog to school! Shhh!!!
She (bought, buyed) something at the school store.
Guess what? I (caught, catched) the fly ball!!!
I don't believe how much yesterday's concert (cost, costed)!
The spider (creeped, crept) along the web.
The principal (dealt, dealed) with the tardy student.
The cafeteria (fed, feeded) fifty extra parents yesterday!
Yesterday, I (felt, feeled) terrible.
I (found, finded) a one dollar bill on the floor!
Last night, she (flung, flinged) her hat on the floor in frustration.
I (hung, hanged) my shirt on the hanger.
I had (hung, hanged) my shirt on the hanger.
We (heared, heard) the exciting news.
Last night, my sister (hit, hitted) a home run!!!
Yesterday, I (hurted, hurt) my knee.
Yesterday, I had (hurted, hurt) my knee.
Last weekend, we (leaved, left) school early.
Last night, she (lent, lended) me her umbrella.
I can't believe we (lossed, lost) the game.
They (made, maked) a great team!
She (payed, paid) too much.
She (prooved, proved) her point.
I (quited, quit) my job yesterday.
Yesterday, I (read, readed) a story to a first grader.
Last night, my mom (sayed, said) I should go to bed early.
Yesterday, they (seeked, sought) for a new site for their camping trip.
She (sent, sended) me a text message.
He (shined, shone) his flashlight in my eyes!
Last night, we (sat, sitted) around the campfire.
We (spent, spended) a lot of money.
While digging at the beach, we (struck, striked) something in the sand.
We (sweeped, swept) the floor.
Mr. Long has (taught, teached) third grade at Burnt Hickory.
Mr. Long (taught, teached) third grade at Burnt Hickory.
He (told, telled) on me!
I (thought, thinked) I was correct!
She (understanded, understood).
Mr. David (wringed, wrung) out the wet mop.
The little boy (weeped, wept) when he slipped on the playground.
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Plurals of Words Ending in 'y'
Past Tense: Adding -ed
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