From present tense to the subjunctive, verbs are used in a number of different ways. Education.com’s pronoun-verb agreement exercises, along with a host of other verbs exercises, games, and worksheets, will help students understand just how they can incorporate verbs into their sentence, while ensuring their conjugation remains accurate. With regular practice, students will be able to easily utilize verbs in an array of tenses.
Get in on the action with verbs, the part of speech that tells you what a noun did. Verbs can be as clear as "run," "danced," or "singing," or they can be a little more complex, like "thinking" or "was." But just because we use verbs all the time doesn't mean they're easy to remember! If verbs have your child all mixed up, help them enter the wide world of verbs with our stash of verbs exercises. We have quizzes for every grade that learns verbs, in styles from multiple choice to drag and drop, to help your student get the most out of language arts learning. Our topics range from beginner fare like past and present tense, to more advanced verb usage like linking verbs and subject-verb agreement. Once your kid has hit their verb-learning target, have them really challenge themselves by working on adverbs. Verb mastery is just a few clicks away here at Education.com.