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Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                a loud noise when the singer comes out on stage.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                a decision already.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                a plan and stick with it.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                the dishes before you leave.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                something about it.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                dinner.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                your bed.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                your best on the test.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                your homework.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which word best fits in the blank?

                me the happiest man alive. Marry me.
  1. Do
  2. Make
Grade 4 Verbs
Which is the ACTION VERB in the sentence?
The dog chewed the toy into little pieces.
  1. dog
  2. chewed
  3. toy
  4. little
Grade 4 Verbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.4.1, L.4.1c
In the city of Atlanta, there are many places you                                   should/could/might want to/must                                  see. One of them is the Georgia Aquarium, and you            wouldn't           need a car because you             could/can            easily walk. Even if you         don't        live in midtown or downtown Atlanta, you             could/can            take the train.

They have many great exhibits, and it's not as expensive as some other places here. Other places you             could/can            possibly visit                             would be/could be/include                             Zoo Atlanta, The Coca-Cola Museum or The Aquarium. It's not hard to get around here, but it's not as easy as it         could         be. In cities like New York, for example, there are many activities to do that only require you to walk to them.

Here, most people have a car to get from place to place. Atlanta is very spread out, so a car is useful and             can/could             save you a lot of time and frustration. Some people wish they             had known            that before they moved here. However, even with a car it is virtually impossible to get anywhere during rush hour, let alone to walk across busy streets as a pedestrian. A car is almost a necessity though, especially if you                     want/have to/must                    get around the Atlanta area. There are so many places to go that are not within the city limits, and all of it is considered to be "Atlanta." In fact, people       can      live an hour away from the actual city, and they still                                   say/can say/could say/might say                                  they live in Atlanta. Places like Dunwoody, Alpharetta, Riverdale and Stone Mountain                       could/can/are still                      considered Atlanta, which is why people sometimes say they live in Metro Atlanta. When people say they live in the Atlanta area or they live in Metro Atlanta, it usually means they live around, near or within driving distance of Atlanta rather than in the city itself.
Grade 4 Verbs
Complete the sentence with the choice that represents the future progressive tense.

Tomorrow, I                         my room for the sleepover.
  1. was cleaning
  2. will be cleaning
  3. had been cleaning
  4. will have been cleaning
Grade 4 Verbs
Which sentence has a progressive verb tense structure?
  1. I was walking home when she stopped me.
  2. Paul talked to me about the homework.
  3. Boggis forgot about the mechanical shovel.
  4. Bean loves apple ciders.
Grade 4 Verbs
Which sentence has a progressive verb tense structure?
  1. Mr. Fox kept on digging.
  2. Mrs. Fox was looking around for food.
  3. Boggis ate many chicken dumplings.
  4. Bunce did not know about the plan.
Grade 4 Verbs
She had                 the pen back on the teacher's desk after borrowing it for the test.
  1. putted
  2. put
  3. putten
  4. puts
Grade 4 Verbs
Kobe Bryant recently                 from the NBA last season as one of the greatest players of all time.
  1. retires
  2. retired
  3. retiring
  4. retire
Grade 4 Verbs
Tell whether the verb in this sentence is a linking verb or action verb.
The parade on Sunday was fun.
  1. action verb
  2. linking verb
Grade 4 Verbs
Tell whether the verb in this sentence is a linking verb or action verb.
Our team won the basketball game.
  1. action verb
  2. linking verb
Grade 4 Verbs
Tell whether the verb in this sentence is a linking verb or action verb.
My family goes to Destin every summer.
  1. action verb
  2. linking verb
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