Question 2. Choose the right verb and fill in the gaps: Exceptions (i) The verb “to be” and its forms are an exception to this rule: it is a friend. I am your friend. They are friends. 2. For other irregular verbs, the simple past tense is the same as the past party (but different from the infinitive). For example, say — tell: Can you tell me about Sharan? She told me to come back the next day. (simply past) Did you talk to someone about changing schools? (Party past – perfect present) I was told to come back the next day (past participation – passive) Action message: Action acts express certain actions and are used whenever you want to show actions or discuss someone who is doing something. Transitive verbs: Transitive verbs are action verbs that always express double activities. These verbs always have direct objects, which means that someone or something receives the action of the verb.
Opaque verbs: Opaque verbs are action verbs that always express double activities. No direct object follows an opaque verb. Auxiliary barking: Auxiliary verbs are also called auxiliary abdage and are used with a main verb to indicate the temporal form of the verb or form a question or negative. Tripod: Tripods can be detected because they express a state and not an action. They usually refer to thoughts, emotions, relationships, senses, state of being, and measures. Modal split: Modal verbals are auxiliary messages used to express abilities, possibilities, permissions, and obligations. phrasing oblation: phrasing oblation is not a single word; Instead, they are combinations of words that are used together to take on a meaning other than the original verb. Irregular verbs: Irregular verbs are those that do not support the regular spelling patterns of simple and past participations. Regular verbs: if a verb is regular, the Simple past and the Past Participle end on -ed; such as: (ii) May, must, must and must and must become auxiliary and must not have an “s” in the singular or plural. What the Lord asks, the servant will do.
What these gentlemen will ask for is the servants who will do it. If `Will is a complete verb that means desire, it follows the rule for most other verbs and takes `-s`, if the subject is the third person singular. Whatever God wants, there is nothing man can do about it. Verbs that end in `y` and have a consonant before that `y` change the `y` to T and `-it` is added when the subject is the third person singular. Ram is counting on me. He does his best. He flies a kite. Regular and irregular verbs The simple form of the past tense of most verbs ends on -ed. These verbs are called regular verbs. Question 3. Put the correct verb in each of the sentences listed below.
Rule 9: For collective nouns such as group, jury, family, audience, population, the verb may be singular or plural, depending on the intention of the audience. . . .