Unit 3 Lesson 7 Future Tense
Objectives Students will: • Write verbs in the future tense
Definitions Future Tense • A verb that tells that something is going to happen. • For example: • Derek will bring his new book about birds. • Derek and Gretchen will look for some nests.
Rules • To form the future tense of a verb, use the helping verb “will” or “shall” with the main verb. • Shall is often used with “I” or “we.” • Shall we invite Melissa? • She will probably come with us.
What is the future tense form of each verb? • run • will run • think • will think • talk • will talk • check • will check • spill • will spill • count • will count • whisper • will whisper • tumble • will tumble
Identify the verb. Then identify the future tense form of each verb. • Birds make homes all over the world. • Some birds stay near the water. • Many shore birds build nests in the Everglades. • Bird watchers study how the birds live. will make will stay will build will study
Identify the verb. Then identify the future tense form of each verb. • They learn about the birds’ actions and habits. • Two students focus their binoculars. • Falcons fascinate most observers. will learn will focus will fascinate
Identify the tense of the verb. Then identify the future tense. • write • present • will write • stopped • past • will stop • swims • present • will swim • completed • past • will complete • pulled • past • will pull • worried • past • will worry
Identify the tense of the verb. Then identify the future tense. • deliver • present • will deliver • recover • present • will recover • multiplied • past • will multiply • hope • present • will hope • pulled • past • will pull • decide • present • will decide
Identify each verb and its tense. present future When the fall comes, birds will move to their winter homes. For example, the barn swallow makes its summer home as far north as Alaska. When fall arrives, this bird will journey eight thousand miles to South America. Other birds will search for food during the day on their long trip and will travel at night. present present future future future
Identify each verb and its tense. past past Scientists started a study recently. They wrapped metal bands around the birds’ legs. The scientists then will follow each bird throughout its flight and will measure its speed. Next year they will report their findings. future future future
WB pgs. 48 & 49 Homework