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Activity Sheet

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ENGLISH 6

QUARTER 1
Week 4-Day 3
Fluency
EN6F-Id-1.6
Read aloud grade level appropriate text
with an accuracy rate of 95-100%

Grammar
EN6G-Id-3.3
Compose clear and coherent sentences
using appropriate grammatical structures:
-Aspects of Verbs
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Lets Learn This

In this activity sheet, you will learn the aspects of verbs.

The aspect of a verb is determined by whether the action is ongoing or completed.

The four aspects are simple aspect, perfect aspect, progressive aspect, and
the perfect progressive aspect.

In this activity sheet, we will focus only on the perfect aspect of verbs.

Lets begin.

Lets Practice Fluency

Task 1: Are You An Accurate Reader?

Choral Reading for Fluency

Each of you will be given a copy of a part of the story. Your group/class will read
softly along with your teacher. As you read along, underline or encircle the word/s
you will mispronounce or the words you are not sure of the pronunciation. After
reading along, count the number of words you underlined or encircled. Then, look at
the table below for your percentage of accuracy and its description.

Number of Percentage Description


Mispronounced Words of Mastery
0-7 95-100% You are an excellent reader.
8-14 90-94% You are a very good reader.
15-20 85-89% You are almost a very good reader.
21-27 80-84% You are a good reader.
28-34 75-79% You are almost a good reader.
35 and above Below 74% You need to practice more.

What is your percentage of accuracy?

Remember that you need to practice reading if you got a percentage of accuracy of
below 94%.

Practice until you pronounce all the words accurately.

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Lets Recall

Task 2: Is It Present, Past or Future?

Lets review the tenses of verbs.

There are three tenses of verbs: present, past, and future.

Read the sentences and identify the tense of verbs used. Write PR for present
tense, PA for past tense, and F for future tense.

1. A mosquito saw an iguana. _____


2. The iguana grumbles to himself. _____
3. The iguana will pass by the python. _____
4. The python went into a rabbit hole. _____
5. The rabbit sees the big snake. _____
6. The monkey will screech and will leap through the trees. _____
7. Mother Owl usually hunts in the night. _____
8. The animals feared that the sun would never come back. _____
9. All the animals laughed when they saw the iguana coming. _____
10. The mosquito will creep under a curly leaf. _____

How well did you learn the tenses of verbs?

10 correct answer Excellent!


9 correct answers Very good!
8 correct answers Good!
7 and below correct answers Try again.

Lets Try This

Task 3: What the Animals Do

Read the sentences. Then, identify the verbs.

1. A mosquito saw an iguana. _____


2. The iguana grumbles to himself. _____
3. The iguana will pass by the python. _____
4. The python went into a rabbit hole. _____
5. The rabbit sees the big snake. _____
6. The monkey will screech and will leap through the trees. _____

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7. Mother Owl usually hunts in the night. _____


8. The animals feared that the sun would never come back. _____
9. All the animals laughed when they saw the iguana coming. _____
10. The mosquito will creep under a curly leaf. _____

The tenses of verbs you identified show an action that happened at a definite time
whether in the present, past, or future. Definite time means exact or certain.

What if the time of the action is indefinite?

If the time of the action is indefinite, we use the aspects of verbs.

The aspects of verbs are present perfect, past perfect, and future perfect.

In this lesson, we will study the perfect tenses of verb.

Lets Study This

THE PERFECT TENSES

Look at the timelines to show simple tenses and perfect tenses.

This timeline shows the simple tenses of verbs.

This timeline shows the perfect tenses of verbs.

The past perfect expresses an action completed in the past before another action
happened.

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The present perfect expresses an action that was completed sometime in the past
or is still continuing in the present.

The future perfect describes an action that will still be completed sometime in the
future.

Today, we will focus on the past perfect tense of verbs.

Study the underlined words and the sentences in the table.

Past Tense Past Perfect


The big snake raised his head. The big snake had raised his head before
he greeted iguana.

King Lion called a meeting of the animals. King Lion had called a meeting before the
animals arrived.

She turned her head toward the east. She had turned her head toward the east
before she called the sun to come.

Did you notice that the word had is added to the past tense of the verb to form the
past perfect?

The past perfect tense shows that an action is completed in the past before another
happened.

Look at the words added to had. The past tense of verbs is changed to the past
participle form.

Past participle of verbs expresses completed action and that is one of the principal
parts of the verb.

Source:
Definition of past participle - Merriam-Webster's Student Dictionary. Accessed May 10, 2017.
http://www.wordcentral.com/cgi-bin/student?book=Student&va=past participle.

Take a look at the list of verbs, their past participle form, and the past perfect form.

Regular Past Past Irregular Past Past


Verbs Participle Perfect Verbs Participle Perfect
had
believe believed drink drunk had drunk
believed
had
compare compared see seen had seen
compared
had had
snap snapped speak spoken
snapped spoken

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Regular Past Past Irregular Past Past


Verbs Participle Perfect Verbs Participle Perfect
had
grumble grumbled begin begun had begun
grumbled
had
happen happened hide hidden had hidden
happened
had
lumber lumbered fly flown had flown
lumbered
had
listen listened break broken had broken
listened
had
pass passed fall fallen had fallen
passed
had
answer answered wake waken had waken
answered
had warned
warn warned grow grown had grown

Regular verbs form their past participle by adding -d or -ed.


Irregular verbs form their past participle by adding -n or -en, and/or changing i to
u.
Past perfect verbs are formed by adding had to the past participle form of verbs.

Lets Do This

Task 4: Perfecting the Past Participle

Pair Up

A. With your seatmate/partner, complete the table.

Regular Past Past Irregular Past Past


Verbs Participle Perfect Verbs Participle Perfect
bake shake
talk draw
smile drive
answer freeze
borrow tear
brush take
cook eat
love choose
walk speak
study write

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B. Choose five (5) verbs from the list and use them in sentences following the theme
My Family.

Example: Mother had baked a cake.

1. _________________________________________________________________

2. _________________________________________________________________

3. _________________________________________________________________

4. _________________________________________________________________

5. _________________________________________________________________

Lets Do More

Task 5: More Past Perfect Tense

Group Work

As a group, give the past perfect tense of the given words. Then, use them in
sentences following the theme Mother Earth.

Verb Past Perfect Tense Sentence


1. create

2. make

3. choose

4. take

5. destroy

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Lets Remember

The past perfect expresses an action completed in the past before another action
happened.

Regular verbs form their past participle by adding -d or -ed.


Irregular verbs form their past participle by adding -n or -en, and/or changing i to
u.

Past perfect verbs are formed by adding had to the past participle form of verbs.

Lets Test Ourselves

Task 6: Lets Perfect the Past Perfect Tense

With your seatmate/partner, give the past perfect tense of the given words. Then,
use them in sentences following the theme A Day in School.

Verb Past Perfect Tense Sentence


1. walk

2. stand up

3. clap

4. try

5. win

Prepared by:

ROSE ANN B. PAMINTUAN

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ANSWER KEY
(For Teachers Use Only)

Task 1

Why Mosquitoes Buzz in Peoples Ears


Retold by Verna Aardema
Copyright 1975
One morning a mosquito saw an iguana drinking at a waterhole. The mosquito said,
Iguana, you will never believe what I saw yesterday.
Try me, said the iguana.
The mosquito said, I saw a farmer digging yams that were almost as big as I
am.
Whats a mosquito compare to a yam? snapped the iguana grumpily. I
would rather be deaf than listen to such nonsense! Then he stuck two sticks in his
ear and went off, mek, mek, mek, mek, through the reeds.
The iguana was still grumbling to himself when he happened to pass by a
python.
The big snake raised his head and said, Good morning, Iguana.
The iguana did not answer but lumbered on, bobbing his head, badamin,
badamin.
(135 Words)

Task 2

1. A mosquito saw an iguana. (PA)


2. The iguana grumbles to himself. (PR)
3. The iguana will pass by the python. (F)
4. The python went into a rabbit hole. (PA)
5. The rabbit sees the big snake. (PR)
6. The monkey will screech and will leap through the trees. (F)
7. Mother Owl usually hunts in the night. (PR)
8. The animals feared that the sun would never come back. (PA)
9. All the animals laughed when they saw the iguana coming. (PA)
10. The mosquito will creep under a curly leaf. (F)

Task 3

1. A mosquito saw an iguana. (saw)


2. The iguana is grumbling to himself. (grumbles)
3. The iguana will pass by the python. (will pass by)
4. The python went into a rabbit hole. (went)
5. The rabbit sees the big snake. (sees)
6. The monkey will screech and will leap through the trees. (will screech, will leap)
7. Mother Owl usually hunts in the night. (hunts)
8. The animals feared that the sun would never come back. (feared)

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9. All the animals laughed when they saw the iguana coming. (laughed)
10. The mosquito will creep under a curly leaf. (will creep)

Task 4

A.
Regular Past Past Irregular Past Past
Verbs Participle Perfect Verbs Participle Perfect
bake baked had baked shake shaken had shaken
talk talked had talked draw drawn had drawn
smile smiled had smiled drive driven had driven
like liked had liked freeze frozen had frozen
borrow borrowed had tear torn had torn
borrowed
brush brushed had take taken had taken
brushed
cook cooked had cooked eat eaten had eaten
love loved had loved choose chosen had chosen
walk walked had walked speak spoken had spoken
study studied had studied write written had written

B.
Sentences may vary.

Task 5

Verb Past Perfect Tense Sentence


1. create had created Sentences may vary.
2. make had made Sentences may vary.
3. choose had chosen Sentences may vary.
4. take had taken Sentences may vary.
5. destroy had destroyed Sentences may vary.

Task 6

Verb Past Perfect Tense Sentence


1. walk had walked Sentences may vary.
2. stand up had stood up Sentences may vary.
3. clap had clapped Sentences may vary.
4. try had tried Sentences may vary.
5. win had won Sentences may vary.

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