NAME CLASS DATE 3Language Worksheet 8 (continued) Manual  Students accept the proposal and present it to the principal.  Mr. Byrd is to be discussed with the principal of Pershing High School.  At the next school meeting, he spoke to those present about the idea of the students.  Influenced by the collaborative spirit of the students, the group sits down and develops a peaceful solution to the issue of sport. Exercise D In the specified lines, rewrite each of the sentences below by changing the italic verb or verbs in the tension indicated in parentheses. Example 1. Ginny tried to train the cat to use his scraping pillars. (perfectly present) Ginny tried to train the cat to use his striped pole. 1. Alicia reads Nina Otero`s news collection in our southwest.
(perfect available) – The storm has damaged many shops and restaurants in the city centre. (perfect past) 3. The doctor had completed his rounds until noon. (future perfect) – © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company 4. Sarah rehearsed her part of the play all night. (perfectly progressive) – 5. Pang cleaned the rabbit cage and Cynthia filled her bottle with water and her bowl. (past progressives) – My Uncle Len painted original drawings on furniture and sold the pieces at craft fairs. (available) – Megan will make bean and cheese burritos for potluck lunch. (past) 8.
My friend Yukio showed me how to make sushi. (currently progressive) – 9. Mr. Payne taught both piano and guitar lessons for many years. (perfect available) Suite ☞ 40 Language Manual NAME CLASS DATE 1Language The Parts of Speech Handbook WORKSHEET 5 Using and Identifying Helping Verbs © Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Exercise A Complete the following sentences by writing appropriate auxiliary verbs on the lines provided. Circle the entire verb. EXAMPLE 1. Did the professor explain? 1.
Have you ever seen a Kabuki game? 2. His car – too fast for safety.