Verb Form Fill-In

Sink to Write 2

(and some regular verbs, too, perhaps)

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Listen! Directions  Read each item and choose the best verb to use throughout the entire item. Click in the first box, and type the correct form.   Use the TAB key to go to the next box. If your answer is not correct, you see equal signs. For example, = = means the correct answer has two letters. = = = means the correct answer has three letters.  To see all the answers, click "Correct Answers".  To clear the answers, click "Clear All".  To see a list of verbs used in this kind of English Zoom!!! activity, click "See Verb List".


(withdraw / write) 

A:  Oh no!  I've  too much money from my bank account this week!

B:  Did you any money yesterday?

A:  Yes, I  $75. 



Listen! (win / weep)

This item is based on the English Zoom! story "The Big River Mix-Up", which you can read and listen to here.

After the crash, Patty followed a gentle she-wolf into the forest.  Even though both her parents had just died, she did not   at first.  Later, she got scared and for hours.  The wolf seemed to understand her   and snuggled up close to her to comfort her.

Get the whole story!

Three-year-old Patty following a gentle wolf into the forest.


(won / worn)

Student A:  Oh great!  A football game!  Who's playing?

Student B:  It's University of Toledo against Bowling Green State University.

Student A:  Who's ?

Student B:  BGSU is, 22 to 6.  And there's only 17 seconds left.  UT last year, so I guess it's BG's turn.

Student A:  After they've the game tonight, I guess the BG students will have a celebration.

Student B:  You bet!


An Indian weaver prepares to make cloth on his loom.  Photo by Claude Renault at Fliker.com

An Indian weaver prepares to make cloth at his loom.
Photo by Claude Renault


(weave /wear)

Student A:  That's a beautiful scarf.  Where did you get it?

Student B:  I  it myself.

Student A:  Really?  That's fantastic.  How long have you been   ? 

Student B:  About three years.  This is one of my early projects.  I've   some much nicer things since I made this.

Student A:  Well, that looks pretty nice to me.



(woke / upset)

A:  Quiet!  You'll     up the kids!  

B:  I'm afraid I've already them up.

A:  You're as bad as Josh!  He  them up all the time.


(understood / throws)

A:  How's your brother doing at college?

B:  He got out!

B:  Really?  What did he do?

A:  They   him out after he climbed up the university clock tower.  He was singing and

   love notes, folded up as paper airplanes, down to his girlfriend below.

B:  Wow!  That's romantic!

A:  You can say that again.


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