In the English language, many verbs follow an established pattern in different tenses, persons and number. They form their past tense and past participle in – “ed”. But many of them frequently do not follow the normal rules for its conjugation.
Such verbs work in this way –
Note: Here in the above chart, the column headed “Present Tense” the verbs are in two forms such as “Make/makes”. The learners need to follow the previous post regarding “present tense” in this respect. There the form “Make” is used in all the constructions of “Present Indefinite Tense” or “Simple Present Tense” except the row of “3rd person singular number”. The form “makes” is used only in the syntactical case of the “3rd person singular number” in “Simple Present Tense”. The learners may notice that an extra “s” or “es” is attached to the main verbs in these cases. For example “She takes her own decision”, “Rebeca puts on her blazer” etc. Learners are suggested to relate the other forms of the verbs with all the charts in the posts previously published and practice accordingly.
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