Language Arts

Underline the main verb in each sentence. Write present, present participle, past, or past participle to label the main verbs.
1. Randy's class studies world history. - underlines class studies and this is present participle
2. The students are reading about the Renaissance. -underline are reading and this is present participle
3. The teacher has taught them about the art of that time.-underline has taught and this is past participle
4. They have learned much about the Renaissance painting. -underline have learned and this is past participle
5. Yesterday they visited and art museum. -underline visited and this is past
6. They had always gone to a different museum before.-underline had always gone and this is past participle
7. They had seen a display of Egyptian art at the Egyptian Museum.-underline had seen and this is past participle
8. The English teachers had read two new novels -underline had read and this is past participle
9. The band director is planning the fall musical.-underline is planning and this is present participle
10. The cafeteria monitor talks to the children. -underline talks and this is present

Please review the above and let me know if I made any mistakes and is so please help me understand the mistakes

asked by Patrick
  1. 1 is wrong. The others are right.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Would I have to underline class studies and this would just be present?

    posted by Patrick
  3. The verb is "studies" and it's present tense. The subject is "class."

    posted by Ms. Sue
  4. I am not too good at the language arts or math Ty Ms Sue for pointing out my mistake

    posted by Patrick
  5. You're doing fine, Patrick. :-)

    posted by Ms. Sue

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