|Word of the Day|
March 4, 2016
To outgrow something is to become larger, older, more mature, or more knowledgeable.
Let’s see how good you are at conjugating the verb "outgrow" in the following sentences:
1. The boys _____________ their shoes. (present perfect tense)
2. The baby quickly __________ her clothes. (past tense)
3. When _________ he ever ___________ the habit of sucking his thumb? (future tense)
4. The business _______ quickly ___________ this location and will have to move. (present continuous tense)
5. When a child ___________ his or her toys, it’s hard to give them up. (present tense)
The answers are below.
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Answers: 1. have outgrown; 2. outgrew; 3. will…outgrow; 4. is….outgrowing; 5. outgrows