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2015-03-17T16:56:25+05:30
Aches, bakes, breathes, cares, caches, dives,
edge
s, fiddles, files, glares, hates, hopes, jokes,
live
s, makes, notes, pastes, races, spares, surprises,
taste
s, types, writes
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2015-03-17T16:59:50+05:30
When to Add s to a VerbIf  by adding an s or es at the end of the word, I’m about to make you feel a little wobbly. Although most noun plurals are formed this way, only verbs with a  noun or pronoun (he, she, boat, courage) as a subject ever have an added s on the end. With plural nouns (but also the singular pronouns I and you) there is never an added s at the end of a verb.
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