CBSE Class 6 English SA1 Practice Worksheets - Appropriate Verb

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[Class VI] [Worksheet ____] [English SA-I]

Month : July – I

1. Fill in the blanks by choosing the appropriate verb from the brackets :

(i) I _________ (eat / eated / ate) mango.

(ii) He has __________ (write / written / wrote) a letter.

(iii) My father __________ (gave / gived / gave) a pen.

(iv) She ___________ (sang / sanged / singing) a song.

(v) She always ___________ (put / puts / putted) lots of cream in her coffee.

(vi) The work is ___________ (finish / finishes / finished).

(vii) He ____________ (hit / hits / hitted) his head last night.

(viii) His head ____________ (hurt / hurts / hurted) after he hit it.

(ix) We __________ (go / goed / went) to the zoo last weekend.

(x) I ____________ (saw / see / seen) a movie last night.


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