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How can I become nature when I am speaking a sentence and happen to add a "s" or "es" after a verb?

How can you remember to add "s" or "es" after a verb when the subject of the sentence is third person singular form? Doesn't a native english speaker never forget this rule?

For learning: Chinese (Mandarin)
Base language: English
Category: WK087

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    Most present-tense verbs in English have an s / es on the end of them in the 3rd person singular form. This is the standard verb conjugation in English. Whenever you are talking about he / she, you should plan to put s / es on the end of the verb.
    he walks
    she sings
    she laughs
    he goes
    he cries

    it comes natural. the most important thing is knowing how to write the verb. this can help you remember whether to put "s" or "es"

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