Module 3, Verbs: Types, Tenses, and Moods, Review:

Moods, etc.

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Transitive vs. Intransitive Verbs

Directions:
In each of the following questions, determine whether the underlined verb is transitive or intransitive.
1.
Jackie was coughing an awful lot last night.
Transitive / Intransitive
2.
Hit the brakes!
Transitive / Intransitive
3.
My brother makes me laugh so hard that I cry.
Transitive / Intransitive
4.
Michelangelo finished the Sistine Chapel in 1512.
Transitive / Intransitive

Phrasal Verbs

Directions:
Click on all the words in each phrasal verb. Some sentences may have more than one. Some phrasal verbs may be separated.
5.
Every year on Veterans Day, my uncle stands outside his store and gives poppies out.
6.
My little sister takes after my Uncle Charles, who was a concert pianist.
7.
We need to talk this over first.
8.
I'm turning in early so I can get up at 6 a.m. tomorrow.

Active vs. Passive Voice

Directions:
Identify each underlined verb as active or passive.
9.
Those chocolate-covered potato chips were given to me by a friend.
active / passive
10.
We did put the puzzle together in our spare time.
active / passive
11.
That figurine was bought by my grandmother in Italy before World War II.
active / passive
12.
Those clothes were hidden in my grandmother's attic.
active / passive
13.
We were watching television all afternoon.
active / passive

The Verb To Be

Directions:
In each of the following sentences, determine whether to be is a linking or helping verb.
14.
I was in suspense during the entire movie.
linking / helping
15.
Paris is the City of Lights.
linking / helping
16.
Frank was given that new cell phone by his uncle.
linking / helping
17.
We will be going to Chicago when we leave New York.
linking / helping
18.
My favorite gelato flavor is straciatella (chocolate chip).
linking / helping

Moods of Verbs

Directions:
Identify each underlined verb as indicative, imperative, or subjunctive.
19.
Until I figure out why the electricity is off, light that candle.
indicative / imperative / subjunctive
20.
Are you sure this is the right street?
indicative / imperative / subjunctive
21.
The doctor suggested Quincy see a specialist about his skin problems.
indicative / imperative / subjunctive
22.
I wish you were able to drive already.
indicative / imperative / subjunctive
23.
Find yourself something to eat for lunch.
indicative / imperative / subjunctive
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