the parts of speech
posted by Beatrice .
1. Choose the correct singular, third person, conjugation of the verb to be in the future perfect tense.
A. You have been
B. I will be
C. She will have been
D. They will have been
First person = I or we
Second person = you
Third person = he, she, it, or any singular noun
Also, plain ol' ordinary future tense has "will" as a helping verb, but future perfect has "will have" as helping verbs ... every time!
Thank you. There is one more question I need help with.
1. A noun that completes an action is called a/an
A or C?
Neither A nor C is correct!!
What noun comes after an ACTION VERB??
Right ... a direct object.
Sometimes direct objects are also called "verb complements," but most of the time, the term "complement" is meant for other constructions: