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Rules of some typical verbs

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Some rules - to use verbs at right place
  1.  When we use two auxiliaries and principle verb
Form of principle verb should always be same when we use  two auxiliary verb.like
  • She neither can nor will come at your home in the night.
    Here use of “neither” or “can” is correct because these both auxiliary verbs follow the one principle verb “help”.
(2)  If we are using two auxiliary then it will need two different principle verbs,

we should use two principle verbs with two auxiliary verbs...Like
  • He neither has invited me nor will invite me.
Exercise
Correct the sentences
  1.  He can  climb and /will climb a high valley.
  2. She should perform /  and will perform in culture week.
  3. They cannot do / and have not done anything good to anybody.
  4. He can best / and will do best for his students.
Solved
  1. He can and will climb a high valley.
  2. She should and will perform in culture week.
  3. They cannot and have not done anything good to anybody.
  4. He can and will do best for his students.
(3) Put the Object first that we want to give priority.  like
  • She gave me a pen. (she gave only you a pen)
  • She gave a pen to me. (she gave a pen to you)
Shorter Object should be come first like
  • Divide money to each n every member of family.
  • Here money is shorter object than each n every member of family so it will come first.
(4) Causative verbs (make /get/have)

In causative verbs ,subject self doesn't do anything it makes other one to get the task done.
  • He made him to pick up the call.
  • He got him dismissed.
  • He had the ordered passed.

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