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How would u use grammar in the future: pronoun, adjectives, verbs, and subject. I know how to use them just don't know how to explain on paper for the future

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    A sentence might be:
    He (subject)will take (future verb) his (pronoun - possessive pronoun) favorite (adjective) girl friend to the movies.

    Is that would you mean?

    Sra

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