how to put and ing at the end of a sentence

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Hi

I want to know how to put ing, ed,ly, ies, and what comes first the verb, noun, adj, or adverb

for ex. lovely running looked puppies

also how to put a sentence backwards do the verb come before the noun

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updated DIC 20, 2009
posted by jamalking
Did the puppies looked lovely running?

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What comes first the verb, noun, adj, or adverb.?...... In English the subject comes first..... then the verb (or predicate) ....................................

Charlie rides his bycicle.Presen participle..........(he does it all the time Charlie rode his bycicle . past.......... Or friend Charlie is riding his bycicle............present he is doing it now.

So the subject or noun comes first,then the verb and finally the words modifying the verb (adverb or adjective). Except that we dont use the word noun we use the word subject when we are talking about somebody or something. Who is riding the bike? ........ Charlie is the subject.....he is riding the bike.Of course Charlie is a noun, a personal noun . He is riding the bike in this sentence" he" is a pronoun.

updated DIC 20, 2009
edited by 00769608
posted by 00769608
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A regular verb takes the ed or the ed ending to denote the past tense.

Are you talking about Spanish or Eng.?

Regular, believe (believes) believed, beliving.

Irregular verbs do not take the d or es ending. They are inflicted in various other ways to show the past tense. run is the verb ran is the past tense of this verb.

Irregular verbs are those that are not inflected in the usual way (regular way). The usual waay is to add the d or the ed to the present form of the verb. Eg., Present............Past

    Swim..............swam
     feel................felt
     send...............sent
updated DIC 20, 2009
edited by 00769608
posted by 00769608