Exercise 1: rule for using ‘he, she, it’

(Practise using the third person in the present simple)

Adding ‘s’ in case of ‘he, she, it’ – drop-down (difficulty: 1 of 5 – easy)

For each sentence, choose the given verb with or withouts’ according to the rule of adding ‘s’ for ‘he, she, it’, which corresponds to the third person singular.

  • Example: “He reads.”

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  1. He books.
  2. They magazines.
  3. My friend emails.
  4. The man letters.
  5. We the mail.
  6. Janet and I the newspaper.
  7. She fanzines.
  8. People blogs.
  9. Mom comics.
  10. Marcus his messages.

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