Structure – Reviewed of Verb Forms English Grammar Primary 6 First Term Lesson Notes Week 5

verb in relation to time; apply the various verb forms previously learnt appropriately in sentences. identify the various verb forms use in each sentence.


Subject: English Grammar

Topic: Reviewed Verb Forms

Duration: 1 hour

Term: First Term

Previous Lesson: Introduction to Verb Forms

Learning Objectives: By the end of this lesson, students should be able to:

  1. Recognize and explain different verb forms.
  2. Differentiate between simple present, simple past, and simple future verb tenses.
  3. Construct sentences using the correct verb forms.

Embedded Core Skills:

  • Language comprehension
  • Writing skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Communication skills

Learning Materials:

  • Chalkboard and chalk
  • Visual aids (charts and diagrams)
  • Sentences with different verb forms
  • Whiteboard markers and erasers
  • Exercise sheets


  1. Simple Present Tense:
    • Sentence: She reads a book every evening.
    • Verb Form: “reads”
    • Time: Present (every evening)
  2. Simple Past Tense:
    • Sentence: They visited the zoo last Saturday.
    • Verb Form: “visited”
    • Time: Past (last Saturday)
  3. Simple Future Tense:
    • Sentence: I will eat ice cream tomorrow.
    • Verb Form: “will eat”
    • Time: Future (tomorrow)
  4. Present Continuous Tense:
    • Sentence: He is playing soccer right now.
    • Verb Form: “is playing”
    • Time: Present (right now)
  5. Past Continuous Tense:
    • Sentence: We were watching a movie when it rained.
    • Verb Form: “were watching”
    • Time: Past (when it rained)
  6. Future Continuous Tense:
    • Sentence: She will be studying at 7 PM tomorrow.
    • Verb Form: “will be studying”
    • Time: Future (at 7 PM tomorrow)
  7. Present Perfect Tense:
    • Sentence: They have finished their homework already.
    • Verb Form: “have finished”
    • Time: Present (already)
  8. Past Perfect Tense:
    • Sentence: By 3 PM, he had already left for school.
    • Verb Form: “had already left”
    • Time: Past (by 3 PM)
  9. Future Perfect Tense:
    • Sentence: By next week, I will have completed the project.
    • Verb Form: “will have completed”
    • Time: Future (by next week)
  10. Present Perfect Continuous Tense:
  • Sentence: She has been gardening for two hours.
  • Verb Form: “has been gardening”
  • Time: Present (for two hours)

Ask the pupils to identify the verb forms in each sentence and understand how they relate to different times (present, past, future). Encourage them to create their sentences using these verb forms to practice their understanding.




Choose the correct verb form to complete each sentence:

  1. She usually __________ (plays / play / played / playing) the piano in the evening.
  2. Last night, we __________ (ate / eat / eating / eaten) dinner at a restaurant.
  3. Tomorrow, I __________ (will go / go / gone / going) to the beach with my friends.
  4. They __________ (is playing / was playing / will be playing / plays) football right now.
  5. By the time I arrived, they __________ (had finished / finishes / finishing / finish) their work.
  6. Next week, he __________ (will be studying / are studying / studied / will study) for his exams.
  7. I __________ (have already watched / already watching / watched / watches) that movie twice.
  8. Before we left, she __________ (have prepared / will have prepared / preparing / prepared) sandwiches for the trip.
  9. At 8 AM tomorrow, she __________ (will be running / runs / run / ran) in the park.
  10. By this time next year, we __________ (has traveled / will travel / will have traveled / traveling) to many countries.
  11. They __________ (are reading / read / reading / reads) a book in the library every Saturday.
  12. By 9 PM, I __________ (will finish / am finishing / finished / finishes) my homework.
  13. We __________ (have been waiting / waiting / will wait / waits) for the bus for half an hour.
  14. He __________ (has practiced / practicing / will practice / practiced) the guitar for five years.
  15. By the end of the day, they __________ (will have played / played / plays / playing) all the games.

Encourage your students to carefully read each sentence and select the appropriate verb form that matches the time indicated. This will help reinforce their understanding of verb tenses in different contexts.


  1. Begin by revising the previous lesson on verb forms briefly.
  2. Introduce the concept of “Reviewed Verb Forms” and explain that it involves a deeper look at simple present, simple past, and simple future tenses.
  3. Use visual aids and examples to illustrate each verb form.
  4. Explain the importance of using the correct verb tense in sentences.

Teacher’s Activities:

  • Present the lesson with enthusiasm and clarity.
  • Provide clear explanations and examples.
  • Encourage questions and participation.
  • Use real-life scenarios to relate to the topic.

Learners’ Activities:

  • Listen attentively to the teacher.
  • Ask questions for clarification.
  • Participate actively in class discussions.
  • Practice constructing sentences with different verb forms.


  • Ask students to construct sentences using simple present, simple past, and simple future verb forms.
  • Evaluate students’ understanding through class participation and responses.
  • Assign homework exercises to reinforce learning.

Fill-in-the-Gap Evaluation Questions:

  1. Yesterday, I __________ (eat) pizza for dinner.
  2. By this time tomorrow, she __________ (finish) her homework.
  3. I always __________ (enjoy) reading books.

Conclusion on the Topic: In today’s lesson, we have reviewed verb forms, specifically focusing on simple present, simple past, and simple future tenses. Remember that using the correct verb form is essential for effective communication in English. Practice constructing sentences using these forms to strengthen your grammar skills

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