The Printable KISS Grammar Workbooks To Charles Dickens Page
Single-Word Verbs
Charles Dickens' A Tale of Two Cities
Directions: Underline every verb twice, and its subject(s) once.

1. Charles Darnay was a free traveller and French citizen.

2. "Business seems bad?"

3. He is not worthy of such a daughter.

4. Its little heaps of poor grass were undistinguishable from one another.

5. So we are not much alike in that particular.

6. The Doctor looked desolately round the room.

7. "Detestation of the high is the involuntary homage of the low."

8. Saint Antoine wrote his crimes on flaring sheets of paper.

9. "I am a mere dull man of business, and you are a woman of business."

10. In the village, taxers and taxed were fast asleep.

11. That's an excellent card.

12. I am a disappointed drudge, sir.

13. "Mr. Jarvis Lorry, are you a clerk in Tellson's bank?"

14. The prison of La Force was a gloomy prison.

15. Six tumbrils carry the day's wine to La Guillotine.