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My question is : If the negative forme of my sentence is Léo doesn't eat apple. Do I need add an s because is the third person singular ?


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    1a May 2021 modifié

    Hi Eniram99,

    Thank you to come into the Helping zone.

    Actually, your sentence is good. You did add an s to your verb (does in the affirmative form), wich is « doesn't » in the negative form.

    You are right, when it comes to the third person singular, you have to add an s, but only on the auxiliary.

    You can find more examples on this page :

    Feel free to come back if you have other questions :)