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The present tense of bake _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 5. the past tense of bake _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 6. the future tense of bake _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 7. the present tense of try _________________________________________________________________________________________________ 8.

The principal ________________________________________ we could have a pep rally. (say) 10. He ________________________________________ too much candy. (eat) 11. The boy ________________________________________ for joy. (jump) 12. The squirrels ________________________________________ acorns. (gather) 13. The band ________________________________________ to play at our dance. (come) 14. The telephone ________________________________________. (ring) 15. She ________________________________________ on the phone.

2. ) He is working. 3. ) They are working Guided Practice Add ‘ing’ to the verb in parenthesis, along with am, are, or is, to form the present progressive tense 1. I ________________________________________ the dogs today. (wash) 2. He ________________________________________ three books. (read) 3. The dog ________________________________________. (bark) 4. Joe ________________________________________ hard today. (work) 5. The schools ________________________________________ many awards this year.

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