Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Grammar: Present-Tense Action Verbs

I see Ryan. 
He stands on his tiptoes.
Ryan reaches up to the jar.
Mom and I both watch him.

S, x, ch, sh, tch  “es”
If the naming part tells about “I” “You” or is plural you do not add “es” or “s”.

You      push         the wagon. (push, pushes)
One wheel    falls      off.  (fall ,falls)
Dad   fixes   the wheel.  (fix, fixes)


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