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25 December, 18:24

The verb to be has how many forms in the present tense? A. one B. two C. three D. four

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  1. 25 December, 19:40
    I believe that the answer would one. So your answer would be option A.

    Let's take an example: "Sarah is kicking the football."

    "Sarah is (kicking) the football"

    The word 'kicking' would be the only verb in this sentence. And we also see this is a present action. Therefore, option (a) would be the answer.
  2. 25 December, 19:40
    They are actually up to five forms for each verb:


    third-person singular,

    present participle,


    past participle.

    So I say four. I hope this is it!
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