These worksheets review action verbs and linking verbs.
Basic Action VerbsAction Verb Worksheet Free
Part 1: Circle the action verb in each sentence. Part 2: Tell which words are nouns and which ones are action verbs. 2-sided worksheet.Action Verb Worksheet #2 Member
Underline the predicate in each sentence. Then write the action verb on the line.Action Verb Poem: "Play!" Member
Underline the action verbs in this poem with a red crayon.Action Verbs 1 Member
Circle the action verb in each of the sentences.Action Verbs 2 Member
Read each set of words and pick the one that is an action verb.
Verb TensesPast, Present, and Future Tenses Free
Circle the action verb in the sentence. Then tell whether is it a past tense, present tense, or future tense verb.Verb Tenses - Coloring Box Activity Member
Read each sentence and determine the tense of each verb. Color the boxes according to the key and a lovely artistic design will appear.Regular Verbs: Past or Present Member
Determine whether each verb is written in the present tense form or past tense form (with -ed).Which verb is correct? Member
Circle the correct verb (present or past) for each sentence.Verb Tenses Chart Member
Complete the chart by filling in the correct verb tenses.Subject-Verb Agreement Member
Students must make the subject agree with the verb in each sentence.Irregular Past Tense Verb Match Member
Draw straight lines to match the present tense verb with its past tense form.Irregular Past Tense Verbs Member
Some past tense verbs have irregular spellings that don't follow the rule. Pick the irregular verb that best completes each sentence.Irregular Past Participle Verbs Member
Choose the correct irregular past participle verb to complete these sentences.Adding -ed to Words Ending in Y Member
Change the verb shown to past tense by adding -ed. Students will need to change the letter y to an i before adding -ed. Words include tried, buried, fried, and copied.Adding -ed and -ing to verbs Member
Complete each sentence by adding -ed or -ing to the word in parenthesis.
Helping VerbsHelping Verbs - Basic Member
Sometimes verbs work together. Learn to identify a helping verb and a main verb in a sentence.Helping Verbs - Basic #2 Member
Underline the helping verb in each sentence. Circle the main verb.Helping Verbs - Advanced Member
This is an advanced-level helping verb worksheet. For each sentence, students must identify the main verb and helping verb.
Linking VerbsTwo Kinds of Verbs (Basic) Member
In the first part, students draw a line under the action verb. In the second part, they draw a line under the linking verb. This basic-level worksheet is a good introduction to linking verbs.Linking Verbs Member
Circle the linking verb in each sentence.Linking Verbs versus Action Verbs Member
Read the sentence in each star. If the sentence contains an action verb, color the star red. If it contains a linking verb, color the star yellow.Linking Verbs versus Action Verbs 2 Member
Read the sentence and determine whether the underlined word is an action verb or a linking verb.Two Kinds of Verbs #1 Member
Read each sentence. Circle the linking verbs. Underline the action verbs. Then match the sentences with the pictures.Two Kinds of Verbs #2 Member
Read each sentence and underline the verb. If the verb is a linking verb, write the letter L. If it's an action verb, write the letter A.Find the Linking Verb Member
Read each sentence and identify the linking verb.Linking Verbs (Advanced) Member
Sensory words- like tastes, looks, smells, sounds, seems- can be action verbs or linking verbs, depending on their context. Use the simple trick to determine which verbs are action verbs and which ones are linking verbs. Advanced level worksheet recommended for grades 5 and up.Linking Verbs & Complements (Advanced) Member
For each sentence, identify the simple subject, the linking verb, and the complement of the verb. Advanced grammar worksheet recommended for grades 6 and up.
Commonly Confused VerbsCommonly Confused Verbs: Lay and Lie Free
Practice using the verbs lie and lay correctly.
OtherAnimal Sound Verbs Member
Dogs bark. Cats meow. Turkeys gobble. Monkeys chatter. Match each animal with a verb to describe its sound.
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