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Thread: grammar

    • Join Date: Nov 2007
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    To whom it may concern,

    Please tell me why there is an -s in the present tense in the third person singular. Example, you say: 'He parks his car there every day' with an -s ending but 'They park their car there every day' without that ending.There must be an explanation for this. Can you enlighten me?

    Leif paulsson Sweden

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    • Join Date: Aug 2007
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    Re: grammar

    The case "He parks his car..." is 3rd person singular

    The case "They park their cars..." is 3rd person plural

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