Verb Swap Workout for the SAT and ACT

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Verbs can take on a number of forms and tenses, which make them a popular testing topic for the ACT and SAT. Thankfully, the format of these multiple-choice tests provides you with a lot of clues, if you know what to look for. In short, you want to compare the underlined text to the answer choices and see what's different. This will tell you if the question is testing verbs, and if it is, whether it's looking for subject-verb agreement, the correct tense or both. Here's an example:

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