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Adding '-ed' | Past tense verbs

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Verbs are action words that tell you what someone or something is doing. Find out what happens when you add "-ed" on to the end of a verb in this video!

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Still a little bit confused by what makes a word a verb? Sing along with Jack Hartmann in this video and learn more about these action words!Can't get enough of "-ed" and his time traveling adventures? Check out this "-ed" song to learn more! Then put your "-ed" skills to the test with this verb practice page.Did you know that "-ed" can sound differently depending on which word it joins? Check out this video to learn more!
Adding "-ed" to the end of a word can help to change the word to past tense. Being skillful with this word ending can help make your stories and writing more precise. It can also help you to better understand when something is happening in a story as you read!

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