Sometimes we use "s" with verbs

However, sometimes we do not use

 

Example

  1. He speaks English
  2. She speaks English
  3. I speak English
  4. We speak English
  5. You speak English
  6. They speak English
  7. These people speak English
  8. Vikas speaks English
  9. Vikas and Iqbal speak English

When to use 's'?

 

  1. If it is singular, we use 's'
  2. If it is plural, we do not use 's'
  3. But With 'I', 'You',  we do not use 's'

 

TYPE OF PRONOUN AND NOUNS

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Which one is correct

He sings well

or

He sing well

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She rides bike

or

She ride bike

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We roam the city

or

We roams the city

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You play the guitar

or

You plays the guitar

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They play drums

or

They plays drums

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My car runs on diesel

or

My car run on diesel

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Cars runs on diesel

or

Cars run on CNG

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Mosquitoes bite very hard

or

Mosquitoes bites very hard

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The sun rises in the east

or

The sun rise in the east

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Shakira dance very well

or

Shakira dances very well

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