• Test your memory and match the pictures with the correct action verb. A fun game that uses audio, images and text to help you practice spelling, reading, listening and word recognition.

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    Updated date: Thu, 05/28/2015 - 09:15
  • Make a horse for the carousel. Choose a subject, a verb, and a sentence ending that makes sense. Click the gears to change the words and see the different horses you can make. Make sure you create a new sentence each time!

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    Updated date: Fri, 10/17/2014 - 08:28
  • In this challenging game, move marbles to the correct toys based on the verb inside the marble. Practice using adverbs, imperative verbs, and regular verbs!

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    Updated date: Sat, 11/30/2013 - 19:12
  • This chart presents the forms of the verb "be" and there is a list of uses of this same verb.

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    Updated date: Tue, 04/01/2014 - 03:59
  • A video lesson about the verb 'to do'. Many students get confused with this common verb and its form in English. This is a very clear lesson outlining all the different forms of the verb in the present and past tense, as well as the positive and negative forms. Essential for beginners. After the lesson, test your knowledge with the quiz.

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    Updated date: Fri, 08/22/2014 - 02:24
  • Picture the Verb is a fun online game in which pictures and sentences are given to describe an action. Identify the sentence that correctly describes the verb in each picture. This game helps you get a good understanding of verbs and their usage in language.

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    Updated date: Fri, 06/12/2015 - 13:15
  • This is a great, detailed video lesson talking about possession with lots of illustrations, examples and clear explanations to work through.

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    Updated date: Fri, 12/18/2015 - 10:27
  • A fun game to practice correct verb tenses, recognize correct verb forms, and recognize subject/verb agreement.

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    Updated date: Wed, 01/06/2016 - 09:09
  • This game helps you to understand the concept of verbs. In this game, there are some pictures and sentences describing the action in these pictures. You have to identify the sentence that correctly describes the verb in a picture.

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    Updated date: Tue, 03/07/2017 - 17:01
  • In this game you must recycle 10 pieces of rubbish that have washed up on the shore by dropping them into the correct rubbish bins. Each piece has a noun or a verb on it. Click and drag to their correct bin. Try not to make a mistake. You don't want the beach to become dirty with litter! There are 2 levels to choose from.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/13/2014 - 00:30
  • Rob the teacher talks about the verb "like" and making suggestions. There is no transcript, but the speech is very slow. Includes three practice tasks.

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    Updated date: Tue, 02/14/2012 - 06:14
  • This game tests your recognition of verbs and verbs in different tenses! Read the words and whack the robot that holds the verb above its head. This game is fast and fun!

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    Updated date: Tue, 09/15/2015 - 05:35
  • Practice your verbs by moving the mouse so the cursor hovers over a balloon. Click every balloon that has a verb in it. A sentence will appear at the top of the page to give you a clue.

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    Updated date: Tue, 06/07/2016 - 10:19
  • When you start you will see three boxes and a word. Decide if the word is a NOUN or a VERB; or BOTH a noun and a verb. Then click the box it belongs in. If you are right, the word will go into its box. If you are wrong, it will just vanish. Then you will see an example of how to use the word, and the next word.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/13/2014 - 01:34
  • Use this game to identify the correct type of verb and help build the snowman. Read the sentences and choose whether the word underlined is a main verbs, helping verb or a contraction with 'Not'.

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    Updated date: Tue, 11/25/2014 - 03:57
  • Find the Action Verb in each sentence. Click on the box to check your answer. Then really test your understanding and find the word that is NOT an action verb in the set of sentences below.

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    Updated date: Fri, 09/02/2016 - 00:57
  • Some verbs naturally have two objects - an indirect and a direct. Which verbs are these? You probably know some already! Learn more about the grammar of direct/indirect objects and take two self-checking quizzes!

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 08:25
  • Verbs is some of the most important types of words because they form the actions of sentences. Learn to spot verbs and then play the fun "marbles" game to test your knowledge. After, you can take a self-test, too!

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 13:54
  • This is part one of two lessons on SEEM. The teacher looks at the basic meaning and common uses of this verb.

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    Updated date: Tue, 02/14/2012 - 06:12
  • A great interactive video that teaches you about types of verb, the active and passive voice and verb mood.

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    Updated date: Wed, 09/03/2014 - 02:54
  • Answer the questions about verbs correctly and help turn on the carnival lights! Read the sentence and then choose the correct type of verb that is underlined. Keep guessing until you get it right and turn on some more lights.

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    Updated date: Tue, 11/25/2014 - 03:45
  • Problem verbs review - sit/set/lie/lay/rise/raise. Practice with these games to get a clear meaning of each of these troublesome verbs.

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    Updated date: Thu, 03/03/2016 - 10:59
  • Link verbs are followed by either a noun or an adjective; examples are be, become, feel, seem, taste and get, among others. Using these verbs correctly will make you sound like an advanced learner! There's a self-checking quiz for you to practice, too.

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    Updated date: Tue, 01/31/2012 - 11:06
  • Explanation of stative and dynamic verbs. Clear explanation with an exercise.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 06:58
  • There are many types of verbs and this lesson offers an introduction on different verbs and their functions. Transitive/intransitive verbs, linking verbs, regular/irregular and dynamic and stative verbs are part of the lesson.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 08:46
  • This page contains a short explanation of the common auxiliary verbs of English (be, have, do, etc.). It is a good review with difficult exercises for practice.

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    Updated date: Tue, 04/01/2014 - 04:01
  • This is a list of verbs and contexts that are usually followed by "that" clauses. After reading the list take the self-checking quiz; rearrange the sentences to put them in correct order.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 08:27
  • An intransitive verb is an action that happens by itself. The verb is not used with an object; therefore, no passive form can be used. This material includes many explanation and examples.

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    Updated date: Thu, 12/29/2011 - 03:16
  • This is part two of two lessons on SEEM. The teacher looks at more advanced uses of this verb.

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    Updated date: Tue, 02/14/2012 - 06:13
  • Read the sentences and identify whether the underlined word is a linking verb for each sentence.Each answer is explained in full for each phrase. There are 10 in total.

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    Updated date: Sat, 09/17/2016 - 00:21
  • This is a great quiz to really test your understanding of different types of verbs, including regular and irregular, linking and transitive. Read the phrase and then click on the option that identifies the type of verb in each sentence. Check your answers to see how well you did!

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    Updated date: Sat, 09/17/2016 - 00:30
  • Delexical verbs occur when the important part of the meaning is taken out of the verb and put into the noun (like "take a shower"). Learn the patterns of these delexical verbs and then take the two self-checking quizzes!

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 09:58
  • Advanced learners will want to know the slight differences that occur when a verb is reflexive or ergative. This informative page includes a list of common verbs of these types with many examples and a self-checking quiz.

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    Updated date: Mon, 02/13/2012 - 09:53
  • This is a great reference for all the English tenses. For each tense you are given 3 examples sentences (Affirmative/Negative/Question), an explanation of when to use the tense, and what signal words to look out for. See how many you already know, and test yourself on the others.

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    Updated date: Tue, 10/27/2015 - 00:30
  • This multi-level game helps you to understand different types words: nouns, verbs or adjectives. Choose your level and find 5 words to launch your rocket. For each planet, you have one type of word. Drag the words you think are right to the word box and watch the rocket blast off.

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    Updated date: Thu, 11/13/2014 - 01:35
  • Learn all about verbs with this BBC Skillswise site. Choose your learning level and watch the introductory video. Then try the quizzes to see how much you have understood. There is a scorecard at the end of each quiz to explain each answer.

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    Updated date: Sun, 06/21/2015 - 12:20
  • You can make any English tense or verb form by clicking four buttons. Don't believe us? Have a go with the Tense Game! Use this great resource to see all the different tenses of a verb and a sentence for each meaning. When you think you have understood have a go at guessing the type of sentences in the Sentence Game.

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    Updated date: Tue, 09/16/2014 - 03:36

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