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Category:English irregular third-person singular forms

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The regular English third-person singular indicative present forms are formed by adding -(e)s to the infinitive. These are formed by adding that -(e)s but omitting precedent letters (has), or they have another origin than the infinitive (is) or they do not use an s at all (wot).

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