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Spoken English is much less formal than standard written English. If you omit -s endings when you speak, be careful to include them when you write.
My sister walks her dog every day.
Her dog barks at everyone.
My sister walk her dog every day.
Her dog bark at everyone.
Many speakers also leave off -ed endings, especially when those endings are difficult to pronounce or to hear. The following sentences have correct verb endings:
My sister used to walk her dog every day.
Now I am supposed to walk it.
My sister use to walk her dog every day.
Now I am suppose to walk it.
When you use the following words, be careful that you do not omit -ed endings when they are needed:
Click the correct sentence.