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Teacher Tips and Answers

Using Verb Tenses

student looking out a window

A present-tense verb tells that the action is taking place now, or takes place all the time.

Daniel watches the snow fall outside.

A past-tense verb tells that the action happened earlier in time. You usually form past tense by adding d or ed at the end of the verb.

Yesterday, it snowed all day.

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