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Grade: Middle
Subject: Language

#3912. Verb Mad Libs

Language, level: Middle
Posted Mon Mar 5 17:16:37 PST 2007 by Meghan Webb (megs_118@yahoo.com).
Marshall University, Huntington, WV
Materials Required: none
Activity Time: 15-20 min
Concepts Taught: Verbs

VERBS
Present Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Perfect Tense


Time expressed by a verb is called the tense of a verb.

Different Tenses of the verb walk:

Present: Every day I walk five miles.
Past: I walked five miles yesterday.
Future: I will walk again tomorrow.

Present Perfect: For two years I have walked each morning.
Past Perfect: I had not walked much before that.
Future Perfect: I will have walked eight hundred miles by May.


Always Add these on to the Past Tense of the Verb!
Present Perfect Past Perfect Future Perfect
Have, Has Had Shall Have, Will Have


Name the Tense.
Present Perfect Tense, Past Perfect Tense, or Future Perfect Tense

1. I had painted landscapes before I painted portraits. (Past Perfect)
2. Michelle has watched this t.v. show before. (Present Perfect)
3. I will have earned $2000 by the end of the summer. (Future Perfect)

Present, Past and Future
Present Perfect, Past Perfect, and Future Perfect
MAD LIBS

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The Amusement Park

An amusement park is always fun to visit on a hot summer day. For two years I have wanted to go to ________ Land. I am so excited about going on vacation next week. When I get there I will rent a _______ and go for a swim in my _______ bathing suit. It is a size ________. It will be great! I cant wait!
At the amusement park there will be lots of _____ and _______ things to eat. I had thought that I might try the famous _______ with ___________ on it. It is only __________! No need to worry though because after next week I will have earned __________ dollars for __________.
When I have had enough of the food, I will walk towards the roller coasters. I cant wait to ride ____________. I have heard that it is the scariest ride north of the _______ River. If I shall have enough blessing from the roller coaster gods, I just might make it ______ the ride without barfing up a/an _______.

Mad Libs
Noun: Person, Place, Thing, or Idea
Adjective: Describes a noun or a pronoun
Verb: Shows Action
Preposition: A word that shows a relationship between a noun or a pronoun and another word in the sentence.

1. Proper Noun (Use a Strange Name) _______________________
2. Noun: ______________________
3. Adjective: ______________________
4. Adjective (Use a Number): __________________
5. Noun: ______________
6. Noun: _____________________
7. Noun (Type of Food): _______________
8. Noun: _____________________
9. Adjective (Use a Number):_______________
10. Adjective (Use a Number): _________________
11. Verb (Some type of Chore): _______________
12. Proper Noun (Use a Strange Name): _____________________
13. Proper Noun (Use a Strange Name): ___________________
14. Preposition: ___________
15. Noun: _________________

Mad Libs
Noun: Person, Place, Thing, or Idea
Adjective: Describes a noun or a pronoun
Verb: Shows Action
Preposition: A word that shows a relationship between a noun or a pronoun and another word in the sentence.

16. Proper Noun (Use a Strange Name) _______________________
17. Noun: ______________________
18. Adjective: ______________________
19. Adjective (Use a Number): __________________
20. Noun: ______________
21. Noun: _____________________
22. Noun (Type of Food): _______________
23. Noun: _____________________
24. Adjective (Use a Number):_______________
25. Adjective (Use a Number): _________________
26. Verb (Some type of Chore): _______________
27. Proper Noun (Use a Strange Name): _____________________
28. Proper Noun (Use a Strange Name): ___________________
29. Preposition: ___________
30. Noun: _________________