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what do the verbs fit, set,and read have in common? a, it will require the addition of a helping verb. b. they keep the same form no matter what tense is used, c, they are pronounced different depending on their use. d, they are all considered regular verbs

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Cesarivan022

What the verbs fit, set, and read have in common is that they keep the same form no matter what tense is used. You can say - I read a book every day. Or Those pants fit you nicely. Or I set the table often. And if you want to say all that in the past tense, it would look the same: I read a book yesterday. Those pants fit him nicely a long time ago. I set the table two days ago.

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