It’s helpful for students to see common grammatical (morphological) markers, as well as common contextual and temporal words that are associated with each tense, when identifying, reading, and converting tenses.
In speech-language therapy, when addressing past tense, my students play around with the information, to determine:
- Which one sounds right? – ‘criet’, ‘cried’, or ‘cri-ed’? (pronunciation)
- Which one sounds right? - ‘I runned to the store’ or ‘I ran to the store’ – (regular or irregular form)
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