Verb Conjugation Worksheets, Definition, Examples
Here are some helpful printable verb conjugation worksheets. Verb conjugation means changing the form of a verb to reflect its tense, person, number, mood, or voice. In other words, it’s the way verbs change to show the action’s timing, who’s performing it, and the verb’s relationship with other elements in the sentence.
Here are a few examples of verb conjugation:
- Present tense: I walk, you walk, he/she/it walks, we walk, they walk.
- Past tense: I walked, you walked, he/she/it walked, we walked, they walked.
- Future tense: I will walk, you will walk, he/she/it will walk, we will walk, they will walk.
Students typically start learning about verb conjugation in elementary school, as they begin to understand sentence structure and work on writing. Students will continue to learn about verb conjugation through high-school as there are an easy 100-200 commonly used verbs that can be conjugated.
Verb Conjugation Worksheets
Learn how to conjugate "to try" with this printable verb conjugation worksheet. Students will be asked to change the verb to match the given subject and tense.
There are six "persons" or subjects when conjugating. Have fun coloring the six different subjects with this printable conjugation coloring activity!
Practice conjugating "to eat" with this printable verb conjugation activity. Students will change the verb to match the given subject and tense.
Students will practicing conjugating the verb "to be" by changing the verb to match the subject and tense.
Students will practice conjugating verbs in the present tense. They will be asked to change the given verb to match the subject and tense.
Students will be practice conjugating the verb "to go" by changing the verb to match the correct subject and tense.
In this verb conjugation activity, students will be asked to change four different verbs to match the given subject and tense.