Ch 11: THEA Test: Using Verbs

About This Chapter

Enjoy this comprehensive overview of verbs as you prepare to take the THEA test. You can watch engaging videos and take short quizzes to strengthen your knowledge of the subject.

THEA Test: Using Verbs - Chapter Summary

The brief video lessons in this chapter can simplify the process of studying for the THEA test. Get reacquainted with the use of verbs so that in no time you're prepared to:

  • Define and conjugate a verb
  • Explain the meaning and structure of a verb phrase
  • Share your understanding of verb tense and subject-verb agreement
  • Exhibit knowledge of verb forms, including infinitives and participles
  • Describe the infinitive verb form

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THEA Test: Using Verbs Chapter Objectives

This THEA Test: Using Verbs chapter offers a variety of resources you can use to make studying for the exam easier. In addition to giving you access to comprehensive video lessons, you can test your understanding of the lessons using self-assessment quizzes and a chapter exam. The topics covered in this chapter are found in the writing section of the exam.

Students who take this computer-based test are entering their freshman year in college and want to attend a Texas public college or university. The test assesses understanding of reading, writing and math and consists of 40 multiple-choice questions with one writing sample. Passing the writing section requires a minimum score of 220.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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