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Exercise 1: Correcting verb phrases with a missing verb
Exercise 2: Fixing verbs that are missing a final -s
Exercise 3: When to use an -ed ending
Exercise 4: Using the past participle form (-ed/-en) after have or be
Exercise 5: Using the base form after modals (could, must) and do
Exercise 6: Using infinitives (to act) or gerunds (acting)
Exercise 7: Review: Fixing errors with verb forms
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