SUBJECT: ENGLISH LANGUAGE ARTS
LEVEL: INFANT TWO
STRAND: WRITING- (GRAMMAR)
TOPIC: DESCRIBING REPEATED ACTIONS (PRESENT HABITUAL TENSE)
By the end of this worksheet, you will be able to:
- Use the correct verb form to indicate actions that someone does regularly or repeatedly.
- A habit is something that we do over and over or repeatedly.
- The Present Habitual Tense is use to describe an action that someone does over and over or repeatedly.
Example: (Every Tuesday, she paints a new wall.)
Time Stamps for repeated actions include “Every day”, “Always”, “On Mondays”, Every Week”
When we talk about an action that he, she or it does over and over or repeatedly we usually place an ‘s’ at the end of the action word.
See examples below in PDF.