(Verbal noun

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To do, act (of doing)
Attached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

He did.
Imperfect Tense
He does. He will do. You two do/ will do. They do. They will do. They two did. They all did.

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Detached Pronouns Starting verb in a verbal sentence. when the subject is SING. or PLU.

Past Tense
He did.

near future:

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You do. You will do. You two do / will do.

near past: You did.

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You two did. You all did. Past continuous:

distant future:

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You all do. You all will do.
(with noun)

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I did.

I do. I will do. We do. We will do.

(with verb)

We did.

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Negative Imperative

Don’t do!

Do!

Singular

Don’t (you two) do!

Do (you two)!

Dual

Don’t (you all) do!

Do (you all)!

Plural

Passive participle

Active participle

The one who is affected.

Doer.

Singular Dual

The two who are affected.

Doers (two).

All those who are affected.

Doers.

Plural

Passive Voice

It is being done.

(It) is done. Passive Voice

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