i have rarely heard that some native speaker use this kind of sentences (you is good, ,she have a nice hat) don't such these sentences sound funny? or is it possible a learner use this kind of sentences?
Originally Posted by mohammad
I rarely hear native speaker use these kinds of sentences:
You is good.
She have a nice hat.
Do such sentences sound funny or is it possible a learner uses those kinds of sentences?
Yes. They 'sound' odd. "You is" should be "You are", and "She have" should be "She has". The reason being, the verbs BE and HAVE have irregular forms: