Third Person Singular Pronoun In The Subjective Case

The verb formation of third person singular pronoun in the subjective case will always take an 's'  or an 'es' if the verb is in simple prĂ©sent tense. 
   Note that simple present tense is used to express habitual actions. It is used to say what we do daily always regularly everyday monthly or any regular intervals. 


He dances everyday 
She prays always 
Daddy drives his car everyday 
Akinrinade teaches mathematics every weekend 
Fidelis takes the matter seriously 
Usman plays good football 
Idowu does his assignment nicely 
It barks
She swims 

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