This grammar section explains English Grammar in a clear and simple way. There are example sentences to show how the language is used.
Verbs Worksheet Exercises for Class 3 CBSE with Answers PDF
- The words which show what someone or something does are called doing words. A doing word is called a verb.
- Examples: Eat, sleep, dance, sing, run, fly, clap, touch, walk, play etc. are called verbs.
- Is, Am, Are are different ways of saying be. They are called main verb when they are alone. I am a boy.
- We use is and are to show actions taking place in present.
- To talk about actions taking place in the present, or are still going on, we use a helping verb + doing word +ing.
For example: She is reading a book.
- Is it used with he, she, it. Am is used with I and Are is used with we, you, they.
- Doing words also talk about something that has happened in the past. Here, verbs end with -ed or -d.
- For example: walk- walked, sail- sailed, dance- danced, chase- chased
- The verbs was and were are also forms of the verb be. We use was and were to show the events that happened in the past.
- We use Was with he, she, it and Were with we, you, they.
- We use has and have to show that a thing belongs to someone.
- We use Have with I, we and they. Examples: I have. We have, They have
- Has is used for singular nouns and pronouns. Have is used for plural nouns and pronouns.
- Had is used to show that something belonged to someone or some other thing in the past.
- We use Had for things that happened to people or affected them.
Verbs Worksheet for Grade 3 with Answers CBSE PDF
A. Underline the verb in each sentence.
1. We live in an apartment on the boulevard.
2. Some children learn very fast.
3. We go for swimming lessons on Sunday.
4. I like my new bike.
5. Babies sometimes sleep during the day.
6. My dad buys a newspaper every morning.
B. Complete the following sentences by writing ‘is’, ‘am’ or ‘are’ in the blanks.
1. The weather ___________ pleasant today.
2. All the children ___________ on the playground.
3. Boys! You ___________ always late for class.
4. You ___________ in the basketball team, too.
5. Nobody in my class ___________ interested in football.
6. This computer ___________ more expensive than that one.
7. Sally ___________ my best friend.
8. Mom and dad ___________ downstairs watching television.
C. Write “was’ or ‘were’ in the blanks in the following passage.
It ___________ a beautiful day and there ___________ n’t a cloud in the sky. Mom, dad and I ___________ in the garden. Dad ___________ in the vegetable garden planting some seeds and Mom and I ___________ busy with other jobs. The day ___________ hot and soon I ___________ feeling very tired. Mom and dad ___________ not tired at all. They went on working for a long time. I ___________ glad when it ___________ time to go inside and have a drink.
D. Fill in the blanks with is, am, or are along withing to complete the following sentences.
1. Hurry up! We ___________ for you. (wait)
2. That child ___________ bigger everyday. (get)
3. I ___________ for the shops to open. (wait)
4. I ___________ Jane tomorrow. (see)
5. My sister ___________ in Europe for the moment. (live)
6. His dad and brother ___________ (cycle) to the shops.
7. Two people ___________ (cook) dinner on the beach.
8. We ___________ (sit) in the classroom.
E. Add -ed to the following words.
F. Fill in the following blanks with ‘has’ or ‘have’ and add -ed to the verb.
1. They ___________ (to clean) the house.
2. She ___________ (to close) the windows.
3. The man ___________ (to live) in London.
4. The policeman ___________ (to follow) the thief.
5. The cat ___________ (to chase) the bird.
6. We ___________ (to lift) the box.
G. Complete the following sentences with ‘had’ along with hints given in the box.
been – eaten – given – gone – had – known
1. We ___________ to the cinema before, (to be)
2. The pupils ___________ to the gym. (to go)
3. They ___________ already ___________ breakfast, (to eat)
4. Manju ___________ Gagan before the party, (to know)
5. Payal ___________ him the tip. (to give)