Irregular Verbs Practice
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Irregular Verbs Practice
Determine whether the boldfaced verb in the sentence is correct. Make any necessary corrections.
- Tomorrow, we will left early in the morning for the airport.
- Mr. Brown, our neighbor, spend the weekend cleaning his pool.
- The sun shine brightly all day today.
- I was beginning to has second thoughts about quitting.
- We are watched the game from the privacy of the box.
- For now, we will head north, then east.
- Mom sewn me a new set of placemats for the picnic table each summer.
- When I was little, I was often mistook for my twin sister.
- Yesterday, our band practiced at Joe's house.
- The vegetables for tonight's dinner have already been cutted.
Lay or Lie
In each sentence, select the correct form of the verb lay or lie.
- Sylvia has (laid, lain) on the sofa all afternoon in despair.
- The broken bottle (lay, laid) at the side of the road unnoticed.
- Jason should find his camera (laying, lying) in the back of his closet.
- The old dog has (lain, laid) on the front porch every day for years.
- Bianca (lay, laid) her scissors on the counter and picked up the brush.
- The new bride and her groom (lie, lay) their wedding photos on the table.
- Grandma complained she had (laid, lain) awake for hours before falling asleep last night.
- Thom (laid, lain) the racquet on the bench and went to get a cool drink of water.
- Dad says he is (laying, lying) new carpet in the den next Wednesday.
- The map shows that the treasure chest is (laying, lying) just below this rock.
Set or Sit
In each sentence, select the correct form of the verb set or sit.
- The audience (set, sat) patiently as the stage crew changed the scene.
- My favorite photograph of my cat Milo (sits, sets) on my dresser.
- (Setting, Sitting) good examples for younger children is important.
- I was told to (set, sit) my empty glass in the sink.
- Four students (set, sat) their reports on my desk before the due date.
- Hotel rooms often have a rack to (set, sit) your luggage on.
- There are many trophies (setting, sitting) in the case by the front lobby.
- The owner (set, sat) the pool umbrellas around the facility before opening.
- Jane and Robert are (setting, sitting) together at the table chatting.
- The winding river (sets, sits) just at the foot of the hills.
In each sentence, select the correct verb to complete the sentence.
- I said I was sorry, but she just wouldn't (accept, except) my apology!
- My brother and I (hanged, hung) posters all over town about our yard sale.
- I loved the movie, (except, accept) for the part with the snakes. I really hate snakes!
- You (can, may) have a third helping of mashed potatoes if you like.
- Without hesitation, the king sentenced the criminal to be (hung, hanged).
- (Can, May) the clown walk the tightrope without the umbrella?
- incorrect, will leave
- incorrect, spent
- incorrect, shone
- incorrect, have
- incorrect, watching
- incorrect, sewed
- incorrect, mistaken
- incorrect, cutting
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