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Right Forms of Verbs for HSC

Putting the right verbs in their correct form is basically task of this important part of English Grammar. We will learn the rules and also practice them below. So, let's become expert in Right Forms of Verb. This chapter is specially designed for Higher Secondary level students.

Rule 1: 
If we find the subject of verb as third person singular number, we have to add s or es at the ending of the verb. In this case, we need to identify the sentence as present indefinite. This rule won't work for other tenses.   
He wakes at up 6 O'clock.
She needs a break.
Shifat plays football everyday.

If you look up closely, you will find that subjects of these 3 sentences refer to third person singular number. So, we added e or es according to the rule.

Rule 2:
If we find any kinds of words that is similar to the words mentioned below, we will identify the sentence as present indefinite.

Always, Generally, Regularly, Occasionally, Rarely, Often, Daily, Everyday, Sometimes, Consta…