3. For other irregular verbs, the three forms are different, for example, waking up – waking up/awakened: I will wake you up. (Infinitiv) I woke up in the middle of the night, the baby woke up. (past participation — perfect present) I was woken up by a loud noise (past participation – passive) A. Instructions: use the presensical form of the verb in parentheses, which corresponds to the subject in number. Example: In simple representation, if the subject is a singular noun or pronoun, the verb takes the marker -s. (ii) Can, can, can 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. B. Read each sentence and turn the right verb (has been or have been) to complete each sentence. Regular and irregular verbs The simple form of the past tense of most verbs ends on -ed. These verbs are called regular verbs. Add the correct form of the verbs in parentheses in the following sentences: 1. New aircraft ……….. Very quickly.
(fly) 2. The river…….. It`s beautiful in summer. I don`t get 2,000 3. Mangoes…….. Fresh. I don`t get 2,000 4. One of my friends…….. In the same school as me. (read) 5. The owners of this factory……..
very rich and …….. In large houses. (be, live) 6. Some women…….. Traveling by car like it…….. They are sick. (aversion, do) 7. Boys…….. every day at school.
Come on, come on. 8. He…….. to view images. I like that. 9. I…….. like him…….. That`s right. 10. You……..
what…….. Me. (know, trouble) Rule 4: Generally use a plural bural with two or more subjects when connected by and by and by the other. Example: Rule 8: With words that indicate parts – for example many, a majority, a few, all – Rule 1, which is indicated earlier in this section, is reversed, and we are directed from the name down. If the noun is singular, use singular verbage. If it is plural. We use a plural code. Examples If you connect two nouns with and with or together, the verb must match the noun in front of those words….