C5: Use -d or -ed Endings When Appropriate

C5: Use -d or -ed Endings When Appropriate: A common error is to omit the -d or -ed ending on verbs.  Recognize when they are needed.


Past Tense:

John asked if he could take vacation time next week.

The Beatles had played in that arena twice.

He could have afforded to buy a suit after that job.


Passive Voice:

The garden was tended by Joshua.

I am excited by your presence.

The helicopters are serviced by highly trained professionals.



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