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Unformatted text preview: -y: buy—>buying If -y is preceded by a consonant, keep the -y: try—>trying study—>studying 3. VERBS THAT END IN -IE Change the -ie to -y: die—>dying lie—>lying 4. VERBS THAT END IN TWO CONSONANTS Just add the -ing ending: start—>starting Verbs that end in a vowel and a consonant follow special rules. FOR ONE-SYLLABLE VERBS: 1 vowel—>2 consonants (stop—> stopping) 2 vowels—>1 consonant (dream—> dreaming) FOR TWO-SYLLABLE VERBS: 1st syllable stressed—>1 consonant (listening) 2nd syllable stressed—>2 consonants (preferring) POSSESSIVES To indicate possession in English, you will use either the preposition of or the -’s form. The latter is used much more frequently in informal English. —This is the office of the attorney. —>This is the attorney’s office. 42 Shared by www.itdunya.com ITDunya.com Great Learning Urdu Web Forum Come and join us for more...... Contact us: afridi@itdunya.com www.itdunya.com Chapter 11 —Here is the desk of Mr. You...
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