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    • Join Date: May 2006
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    Question S or not S?

    Hi! I wonder how I know if the verb should and with an s or not? I
    And if I can say something like this: this meanS that he and his familly moveS to Minneasota from Chicago... ? Are the S there wrong or right? Please help me!


    • Join Date: May 2006
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    Exclamation Re: S or not S?

    How do I know if the verb should have an S in the end or not?
    PLEASE HELP ME NOOOOW!


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    Thumbs down Re: S or not S?

    this side sucks! no one is helping me ! byebye losers ! :@

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    #4

    Re: S or not S?

    Cajsademir, you cannot expect people to answer your questions instantly. People come in and answer, but if they're not there at the time, then a little patience would help. Also, being rude is not likely to produce the results you want. However, I will answer your question. The first one is correct because the subject is singular (this), but the second is wrong because the subject is plural (he + his family).

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