Concrete Poetry Sites - North Davidson Middle School Guest | Login Amber Crotts 7th Grade ELA & Science North Davidson Middle School » Departments » 7th Grade » Amber Crotts » Concrete Poetry Sites Concrete Poetry Sites Concrete Poem Maker Sites Irregular Verbs Directions: Read the sentence below. Then choose the correct form of the verb to fill the blank. You might want to consult the rules before you make your choice! A strong wind __________ through the trees, loosening clumps of moss, dead branches, old kites, and baby squirrels, all of which fell to the wet ground below. Home • Terms • Exercises • MOOC • Handouts • Presentations • Videos • Rules • About • Shop • Feedback
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