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15 October, 06:00

Change the present tense stem form of the verb to the third person singular "s" form of the verb. arrive

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  1. 15 October, 06:31
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    If we need to put the verb "arrive" into the 3 er person singular in the present form, we would say: "arriveS"

    e. g: He arrives at any times every day. She arrives in a red car in the morning.

    The inflictive - S makes reference to the 3p singular in present simple tense.

    this modification will only occur with the subject he / she and I, in the present simple tense.
  2. 15 October, 07:32
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    The verb would be arrives
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