What type of "other form" is the new term?

Select the other form that applies to the term being entered from the list.

  • Plural — A noun that refer to more than one entity.
  • Past — A verb that express actions which have already happened.
  • Third Person — A verb with the -s conjugation of verbs.
  • Present Participle — A verb with the ending in -ing.
  • Past Participle — A verb that express actions which have already happened.
  • Comparative — An adjective or adverb that expresses the highest or very high degree of quality (greatest, strongest).
  • Superlative — An adjective or adverb that expresses a high degree of quality (better, greater, stronger).
  • First Person — A pronoun, possessive determiner, or verb form that indicate the speaker is referring to themselves or a group including themselves.
  • Second Person — A pronoun, possessive determiner, and verb form that addresses a reader or listener directly.
  • Plural Possessive — A plural noun case expressing ownership.
  • Plural Past — A combination of the plural form of the noun and the past tense of the verb (typically ending -ed, -d, -t, -en , or -n).
  • Possessive — A noun case expressing ownership.
  • Future — The future tense describes an event that has not happened yet but will happen. The English language uses the auxiliary verbs 'will' or 'shall' to describe this tense.
  • Plural Past Participle — A combination of the plural form of the noun and the past tense of the verb (typically ending -ed, -d, -t, -en , or -n).
  • Plural Present Participle — A combination of the plural form of the noun and the form of a verb ending -ing.
  • Plural Future — A combination of the plural form of the noun and the auxiliary verb 'will' or 'will be'.
  • Plural Third — A combination of the plural form of the noun and the -s conjugation of a verb.
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