Free Verb Homework

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Free verb worksheets

These printable worksheets help students learn to recognize and use verbs.  Verbs are 'doing' words or 'action' words. All worksheets are pdf files.

Identifying verb worksheets

Circle the verbs in the sentences (i) 
(Grade 1 worksheet)

Circle the verbs in the sentences (ii) 
(Grade 1 worksheet)

Identify which words in the list are verbs
(Grade 1 worksheet)

 

Circle the verb or verbs in each sentence:

Worksheet:  #1,  #2,  #3,  #4,  #5,  #6
(Grade 2 worksheets)

Circle the verbs in the sentences (i) 
(Grade 2 worksheet)

Circle the verbs in the sentences (ii)
(Grade 2 worksheet)

Identify which words in the list are verbs (Grade 2 worksheet)

 

Circle the verbs in the sentence (i) (Grade 3 worksheet)

Circle the verbs in the sentence (ii) (Grade 3 worksheet)

Identify which words in the list are verbs (Grade 3 worksheet)

Using verbs worksheets

Use verbs to complete the sentence (i) (Grade 1 worksheet)

Use verbs to complete the sentence (ii) (Grade 1 worksheet)

 

Use verbs to complete the sentence (i) (Grade 2 worksheet)

Use verbs to complete the sentence (ii) (Grade 2 worksheet)

 

Use verbs to complete the sentence (i) (Grade 3 worksheet)

Use verbs to complete the sentence (ii) (Grade 3 worksheet)

A verb, from the Latin verbum meaning word, is a word (part of speech) that in syntax conveys an action (bring, read, walk, run, learn), or a state of being (be, exist, stand). In the usual description of English, the basic form, with or without the particle to, is the infinitive. In many languages, verbs are inflected (modified in form) to encode tense, aspect, mood and voice. A verb may also agree with the person, gender, and/or number of some of its arguments, such as its subject, or object. In languages where the verb is inflected, it often agrees with its primary argument (the subject) in person, number and/or gender. With the exception of the verb to be, English shows distinctive agreement only in the third person singular, present tense form of verbs, which is marked by adding "-s" (I walk, he walks) or "-es" (he fishes). The rest of the persons are not distinguished in the verb (I walk, you walk, they walk, etc.).

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