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    cartoons

    I want to ask about a sentance ,
    she loves cartoons,
    she love cartoons, which one is right.

    regards,
    anil

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    Re: cartoons

    The first sentence is right.
    By the way, welcome to this forum.
    Last edited by Fazzu; 03-Aug-2006 at 12:17.

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    your verb should suit you subject.in this sentence your subject is (she) and your object is (cartoons). so you should use a verb that suits your subject.

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    Re: cartoons

    The verb is 'loves',if im not wrong.

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    Re: cartoons

    that's right.
    loves is the only correct reply

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