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SAT Practice, The New Verbal Section

Verb Phrase Playsheet

Note: These are exercises used in classroom and online courses. See the Abacus-es Classes page. Many contain intentional errors to be fixed. Be sure to look up vocabulary terms as needed.

Verb Phrase Playsheet

Convert the following sentences into perfect, progressive, and passive forms.

Example: The scrofulous mendicant confuses Alice.

Perfect: The scrofulous mendicant has confused Alice.
Progressive: The scrofulous mendicant is confusing Alice.
Passive: Alice is confused by the scrofulous mendicant.

  1. Bewhiskered lagomorph seeks gloves and fan.
  2. The caterpillar staunchly denies the insightful insinuation.
  3. The three porcine siblings repel the lupine assault.
  4. The king condemns the grinning feline.
  5. The swagman prefers the stagnant billabong.
  6. The 16 foot carnivorous marsupial pursues the hapless engine driver.
  7. The misanthropic parking attendant brandishes a murderous miniature pikestaff.
  8. The signet censured its singing sibling.
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