Language Arts

Underline the verb in each sentence, and identify its tense.
1. It rained last night. -underline rained and it is past tense
2. We closed all the windows quickly.-underline closed and it is past tense
3. Thunder crashed outside.-underline crashed and it is past tense
4. The dog barked at the loud noise. -underline barked and it is past tense
5. After school I will print out my homework. -underline will print and it is future tense
6. I will clean off my desk before doing my homework. -underline will clean and it is future tense
7. I will go to Katherine's house after school. -underline will go and it is future tense
8. Brooke will pay the bills as soon as they arrive in the mail. -underline will pay and it is future tense
9. The ball struck the bat. -underline struck and it is past tense
10. The ball flies through the air. -underline flies and it is present tense I think
11. It landed over the fence. -underline landed and it is past tense
12. Daniel will run around the bases. -underline will run and it is future

Please check the above and let me know if I am right or wrong and point out any mistakes if any

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