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Who in one direction likes chips and ice cream?
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When do you add an -s in the simple present tense?
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Is a melted chocolate chips and ice cream a pure substance or a mixture?
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What kind of ice cream do the members of one direction like?
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What are the Veronica's favorite ice cream flavor?
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Does Justin bieber prefer popsicles or ice cream bars?
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Does Joe Jonas like vanilla or chocolate ice cream?
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What endings are added to a verb if the subject is singular?
What are examples of singular or plural verbs that agree with the subject?
singular subject and singular verb forms: - I am happy. The teacher is happy. The boy was happy. She likes ice cream. The teacher likes ice cream. She has an ice cream. The teacher has an ice cream. Plural subjects plural verb forms: - They are happy. The teachers were happy. They like ice cream. The teachers have ice creams.
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Is chocolate chip ice cream a heterogeneous or heterogeneous mixture?
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What is singular takes singular verb?
A singular subject has a singular verb form. He/ she/ it/ and singular noun subjects like the boy/ my brother are singular subject and the verb form for singular subjects is verb + s He likes ice cream. My brother likes ice cream. The dog likes ice cream. Plural subjects have a verb from with no -s. They like ice cream. The dogs like ice cream. This is true for present tense
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What is the definition of simple past tense and simple present tense?
They are called 'simple' because they have one verb. So for present simple the verb is the base form -- I like ice cream. They like ice cream. We like ice cream. or the third person singular form -- She likes ice cream. The teacher likes ice cream. The dog likes ice cream. For past simple the verb is in the past form: -- I liked the movie. She liked the movie too. They ate too fast. The dog ran away.
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What are the different forms of simple present tense?
Present simple has one main verb. For all subjects except he/she/it use the base form of the verb. I like ice cream. They like ice cream. We like ice cream. You like ice cream. For he/she/it add -s to the verb. He likes ice cream. She works in a school. It likes playing. (my dog). For negative sentences use do not (don't) or for he/she/it use does not (doesn't). They don't like ice cream. He doesn't like ice cream.