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This verb is irregular, depending on the subject



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I /we/ you/ they
love
it
do
love
don't
do not
do
I /we /you /they
love
it?
don't


 
he / she / it
loves
it
does
love
doesn't
does not
does
he / she / it
love
it?
doesn't
 

Past / Remote

I / you / he / she / it / we / they
loved
it
did
love
didn't
did not
did
I /you / he / she / it / we / they
love
it?
didn't
 












This is irregular, depending on the subject...



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I've
done it
we've
you've
they've

I
haven't done it
we
you
they

have
I
done it?
we
you
they

haven't
I
done it?
we
you
they


3rd person - has

she's
eaten
he's
it's

she
hasn't
eaten
he
it

has
she
he
it
eaten?

hasn't
she
he
it
eaten?

 


 

 

The most irregular verb, the form depends on the subject...


 

 


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updated 23/10/07

...click here to see a model of this auxiliary verb ...click here to see a model of this auxiliary verb click for some examples of 2nd form "remote" verbs. The grammar name for this is "past tense", but it can refer to any time... ... more about this basic form? The grammar name for this form is "present tense" or  "present simple", but it can refer to any time. ...more about the 3rd form? The grammar name for this is the "past participle", but it can refer to any time. ... more about this form? The grammar name for this is "present participle", but it can refer to any time. ... can, may, must, shall and will are modal verbs.... how do they work? This is an auxiliary verb. Click to see a model of how this  goes together only with 1st form verbs Click here to go to the page about  "past" participles, which are used in passive forms

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