(The) verbs that follow the pattern.......

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Should i need to put the word "the" in the following cotext?


"(The) verbs that follow the pattern of a particular conjugation group are said to be regular verbs."


And if i use the word "any", will that make sense?

"Any verbs that follow the pattern of a particular conjugation group are said to be regular verbs."

 
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No, you don't need to put the at the beginning of that sentence. What you do need to do is capitalize I and spell context correctly.

Any does make sense, but it is unnecessary. If you do use it, it would be more natural to use verb in the singular.. Any verb that follows the pattern of a particular conjugation group is said to be a regular verb."
 

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No, you don't need to put the at the beginning of that sentence. What you do need to do is capitalize I and spell context correctly.

Any does make sense, but it is unnecessary. If you do use it, it would be more natural to use verb in the singular.. Any verb that follows the pattern of a particular conjugation group is said to be a regular verb."

Is it correct too: "every verb that follows the pattern of a particular conjugation group is said to be a regular verb."
 

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Is [STRIKE]it[/STRIKE] this correct too? "Every verb that follows the pattern of a particular conjugation group is said to be a regular verb."
Yes, with the little correction above.
 
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