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I ask your favour for granting me five days leave
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I asked u for a favour of granting me five days leave.
I guess the answer is 1. or 2.
I don't remember much but correct me if I am wrong
went = go
got = get
scare = scared
go = going
wonder = wondered
give = gave
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Alia asked the eldest girl to went - go
to the woods and got her a bundle -get
of sticks. The other girls were scare. -scared
'Is mother go to beat us?', they -going
wonder. Once getting the sticks, -wondered
she give them to her youngest daughter.-gave
Explanation:English Grammer emphasises on the subject- verb agreement . The verbs in a sentence follow the singularity or plurality according to the subject.They also maintain the tense aspect as per the requirement of the sentence.In the first sentence the verb 'asked' asserts the simple past tense. Hence the corresponding verb will be in the present tense-going.Since the second sentence is a continuation of the first the next verb is also in the present tense-get.The third sentence is an interrogative sentence beginning with the verb 'is' hence the corresponding verb will be in the continuous sentence-going.The reporting verb in the fourth sentence has to be in the past tense as it reports a narration in the direct speech which has already occurred Hence the verb is -wondered.Since the passage is in the past tense the verb in agreement will be-give.
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+bn+c (i.e. consider t
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