Verbs have, do, go in the third person singular – has, does, goes
With the help of the following sentences let’s discuss the conjugation of three irregular verbs: ‘have’, ‘do’, ‘go’ – in the third person singular.
|I have a bicycle.||He has a bicycle.|
|We do our work.||She does her work.|
|You go to college.||He goes to college.|
The idioms (stable English expressions) with the word “go”.
go together – to match, to look right, to have the correct colors, etc.
I like the way the blue carpet and the gold curtains go together.
Pink and purple can go together well.
to go up to
You go up to the ticket booth
I want to go up to London next week.
He went up to Oxford.
The girl who studies English shows the use of the “s” ending with the verbs in the third person in the affirmative and negative sentences.