Story Telling of Verbs with Questions and Answers

Verb Questions and Answers for Kids

Hey! Hey! Ho! It is a wonderful day! I am dancing, I am jumping, I am working with joy, I am doing this, that, and so on….Yaay! Isn’t it sounding funny today that I am “doing” “doing” “doing” “doing” something on this chilly day? Wow, Am I using the “Doing” word continuously but why? Well, I do have a reason, uhhhhhh! What is that reason? 


Actually, “Doing” is an activity that I am doing in the form of dancing, jumping, and working, and all these are “verbs” in the English language.


Do you want to know more about verbs? So, let us start with a very interesting story about A few bee friends who made friends in a forest. You will also find a verb exercise to understand this topic well.


A Story of Bees - Is, Am, Are | Looking for Friends in a Forest 

In a family, there were three-member bees named “is”, “am”, and “are.” One day, the three were sad, as these siblings were bored and were looking for some company and they did not find any, as it was a winter season and everyone was at home.


So, what “is, am, are” did? Well, father and mother named “was” and “were, respectively” went on to call some more bees to join their kids. 


Do you know what happened next? Well, three more bees named “He, She, Is, It, We They” joined the company of “is, am, are.” So, interesting isn’t it?




Seeing “She, He, It, Is, We, They” going to meet “is, am, are”, Are wanted to be friends with “We, and They.” 




Then we noticed that “Am” was a very soft-hearted and shy bee, so “Am” became friends with “I”. 




Father “Was” and Mother “Were” were blessed to see their kids “is, am, are” happy. They decided to have friends too!




While searching for friends, Father “was” became friends with “He, She, It”. However, Mother “were” became friends with “we and they.” 


So, the above story of friendship between bees shows how Verbs “is, am, are, we, they, was, were, he, she, it, is” are used in an English sentence.


Various Forms of Verbs | Present, Past, and Future 

Here, we will go through some forms of verbs as a verb exercise. Like, I say, I am dancing, I will dance or I danced, so there is a difference.


  • I am dancing - Talking about the present

  • I will dance - Talking about the future

  • I danced - Talking about the past


Now, let us go through some verbs exercises with answers below:


Present 

Future 

Past 

Is Cleaning

Will Clean

Rained

Dance

Will Dance

Danced

Is Drawing 

Will Draw

Drew

is Running

Will Run

Ran

Dream

Will Dream

Dreamed

is Singing

Will Sing

Sung

Pray 

Will Pray

Prayed

Staying

Will Stay

Stayed

Playing

Will Play

Played

Riding

Will Ride

Rode


Verbs Worksheet With Answers

Fill in the blanks with the correct form of verb provided in the bracket.


  1. She _______ (want) to participate in the competition.


  1. Sheena _______ (go) to market last week.


  1. Lalita _______ (weep) loudly on her cousin’s demise.


  1. We have ______ (complete) our task just now.


  1. Rama_______ (be) a teacher.


  1. Monika has _______ (bring) a new scooter.


  1. Nimita had ______ (reach) the airport by 8 O’clock.


  1. They _____ (pass) Class 8 in 2008.


  1. Samaira was kitting when I ______ (go) to the office.


  1. Riya had already ______ (arrive) when Kritika ______ (reach) there.


  1. She will ______ (pass) the examination this year.


  1. They _______ (be) students.


  1. It has just _____ (rain).


  1. Neha _____ (draw) it very beautifully.


  1. The cop_______ (catch) the thieves very bravely.


  1. Firoz _____ (has) her breakfast. Then he ______ (leave) for meeting.

 

  1. We sometimes ______ (watch) movies.


  1. Ritisha ______ (meet) his friends last year.


  1. Rain ______ (be) the significant source of water.


  1. Her boss ______ (fall) asleep while she was giving a presentation.


So, the above verb questions have the following answers:


  1. Wants 

  2. Went

  3. Wept

  4. Completed 

  5. Is 

  6. Brought

  7. Reached

  8. Passed

  9. Went

  10. Arrived, reached

  11. Pass

  12. Are

  13. Rained

  14. Drew

  15. Caught

  16. Had, left

  17. Watch

  18. Met

  19. Is

  20. Fell


Questioning Verbs - Examples

Auxiliary verbs or the ‘helping verbs' are” “are, be, do, and have”. These kinds of verbs are used with the main verb in a sentence to make questions, negative statements, passives, and tenses. We call these verbs questioning verbs.


In this question, "Do you like to visit various continents?" Here, “do” is the auxiliary verb, like is the main verb, which pertains to the questioning verb.


A few examples:


  1.  ___ they going now?

Ans: Are they going now?


  1. Has he_______his work?

Ans: Has he done his work?


  1. What is happening right now?


  1. Do you speak French?  (Here, you is the subject)


So, this was the list of verbs exercises with answers, which will help you understand the concept of verbs in a simpler manner.


Now, let us go through some FAQs on Verb Questions and Answers. 

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FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)

1. How can we teach verbs to small kids?

Well, Grammar is vast and it has a lot of scope lifetime. One of the parts of the speech is Verbs. A verb is a word that conveys the following three things:


  • Action,  

  • Occurrence, or 

  • State of being. 


We need verbs to form complete sentences or questions. In a sentence, a verb is considered the main component of the predicate, where the part of a sentence indicates what the subject (person or thing) is or does.


Examples: 

  • Do you like coffee?

  • Do you like being a college student?

2. How do you introduce a verb to preschoolers?

List down a few words on the blackboard.

Make a one-liner sentence for each of the words.

Help students identify verbs in sentences. ...

Keep a list of verbs your kid speaks & understands at one side of the board.

Connect these verbs with real-life interesting examples and use them with things that kid likes to do. 

Practice! Practice! Practice!

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