“The apple doesn’t fall far from the tree”: A child does not differ from (is the same as) their parents. Examples: After meeting the student’s parents, she realized the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree; they were sarcastic too. Can you believe his behavior? Sadly, the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree.Read More
Most verb (action word) tenses go by the same rule. Future tense: word Present tense: word+ing Past tense: word+ed Let’s look at the verb walk. Future tense: walk Present tense: walking Past tense: walked There are some exceptions to this rule, the exceptions are called irregular verbs. Irregular Verbs The rule still works for the future and present tenses, but the past tenses are different. Here is a list of common irregular verbs.