anonymous
  • anonymous
Select the answer choice that uses verb forms correctly. The skydiving instructor teached us how to deploy our parachute. Li brung over some photos he had took. Angie bring home pastries from her bakery yesterday. My wet dog came inside and shook water on everything.
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  • schrodinger
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nevermind_justschool
  • nevermind_justschool
Alright! Lets get started. We know that it is NOT A. Because... Well does TEACHED sound right? Right, no! The correct verb form would be TAUGHT. Okay, okay next answer choice. B, is B right? Right again! NO! The verb tense BRUNG is wrong! The correct verb form would be BROUGHT! How about C? C cant be right because it says BRING when it should be BROUGHT. Now we only have one answer choice left, D. My wet dog came inside and shook water on everything. That sounds right to me. Because the verb CAME and the verb SHOOK are in the correct tense. TIPS: When you have questions on verb forms you really need to read them out loud this help A LOT. Ask yourself questions Does This Sound Right? Would I say this to my English teacher? And most Importantly, FIND THE VERB.

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