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Grade 7 Sentence Structure
Identify the predicate:
The tiny kittens crawled out of the basket.
  1. kittens crawled
  2. crawled out of the basket
  3. out of the basket
Grade 1 Verbs CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.1.1
Which word is a verb?
  1. clock
  2. snake
  3. swims
Grade 1 English as a Second Language ESL
Grade 7 Phrases and Clauses CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.7.1a
Grade 3 Tenses CCSS: CCRA.L.1, L.3.1e
Choose the correct verb tense for the following sentence.
I sail the boat.
  1. present tense
  2. past tense
  3. future tense
  4. present perfect tense
College English as a Second Language ESL
In these jokes, complete the sentences with the correct tense of the verb: Present Simple, Present Continuous, Past Simple, or Past Continuous.

e.g. Yesterday I                 (watch) football on TV.
Yesterday I watched football on TV.

JOKE 1:
Last week Mr. Benton (1)       had       (have) a very bad backache, so he (2)          called          (call) the doctor to make an appointment.
"How (3)                 did it happen                ?" asked the receptionist.
"Well, I (4)               was walking               (walk) to work and I (5)           slipped           (slip) and (6)             fell over             (fall over)."
"OK, you can see the doctor on July 5th at ten o'clock."
"But that's in three weeks!" (7)        said        (say) Mr. Benton. "In three weeks time I might die!"
The receptionist (8)           thought           (think) for a moment. "OK, if you       die       (die), could you ask your wife to call us so we can cancel the appointment?"

JOKE 2:
A man (10)                was visiting                (visit) the city of York, and he (11)         asked         (ask) a young boy, "What's the fastest way to the station?"
"(12)                   Are you walking                   (you/walk) or (13)                   are you driving                   (you/drive)?"
"I (14)              am driving              (drive)."
"Good. That's the fastest way."
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