COURSE 2 - OVERVIEW OF TENSES - CONTINUED

LESSON 3

SUGGESTED REVIEW Before starting this lesson, consider reviewing the 4 ways to ask, "What's happening?" in the previous lesson, particularly the "Match It" practice...


MAKING VERBS PLURAL

It's easy to take a noun like "taco" and make it plural. To turn one "taco" into two or more, just add the suffix "S": "tacos".

It's just as easy and intuitive to make most verb forms plural: simply add a one-letter suffix, but it definitely isn't the suffix "S"!

WATCH IT - VIDEO LESSON #6 - MAKING VERBS PLURAL

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MAKING VERBS PLURAL - PRACTICE

MATCH IT - GREEN - 00320

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NEW VOCABULARY - BASIC PLURAL SUBJECTS

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MAKING VERBS PLURAL - PRACTICE

WATCH IT - VIDEO INSTRUCTIONS (BUILD IT)

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BUILD IT - BASIC PLURAL SUBJECTS - 00915

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