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    #1

    use of s in verb

    someone who has passion for bikes
    should we say

    he loves bikes or
    he love bikes

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    #2
    Hello, kanwalarora_ca
    Welcome to the forums.

    It should be "He loves bikes."
    You'll need to learn "the third person singular".

    For your reference:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cnK7MXqKIvM
    http://www.englishtenses.com/third_person_singular

    I hope those links will be of some assistance to you.

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