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    plural forms

    tell me plural form of can.
    wIth sIngular subject lIke :he can do thIs.!
    I want to know If we use subject"they"what would
    It be?.could is past form of can.
    and kIndly tell me plural form of wIll?

    "Thank you" you all.


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    Re: plural forms

    I don't know what you mean.

    As far as I know can and will do not have plural forms.

    They can do that.

    They will do that.

    It is the same with they.

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    Re: plural forms

    Quote Originally Posted by ovair View Post
    tell me plural form of can. can
    wIth sIngular subject lIke :he can do thIs.!
    I want to know If we use subject"they"what would
    It be?. can
    could is past form of can. Yes, one of the functions of "could" is being the past form of "can".
    I can help you (now)(tomorrow).
    I could have helped you yesterday, but I didn't know you needed help.

    and kIndly tell me plural form of wIll? will

    "Thank you" you all.
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