Subject persons.pdf - A \u200bconjugation\u200b is when you change the verb form in order to accommodate the subject person that you are using So for a paper

Subject persons.pdf - A u200bconjugationu200b is when you...

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A conjugation is when you change the verb form in order to accommodate the subject person that you are using. So for a paper in English class, you cannot write: I be happy but I am happy. Not you be joking but you are joking. Not he be eating but he is eating. Am, are and is are 3 forms of the verb to be when you conjugate it. We do conjugations in English without realizing it. So, we say: I have but she has. In French, verbs change a lot more when you conjugate them. To conjugate a verb, you need first to write down all subject possibilities you can encounter in a sentence. Here they are: Challenge: see if you can come up with a sentence in English that does not rely on the subject people above. Note also that the subject persons are grouped in 3s: 1st person singular

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