Table of Contents
- 1 What do you mean by sees?
- 2 Is sees plural or singular?
- 3 Can you see sentences?
- 4 Where do we use sees?
- 5 Is it correct to say he sees?
- 6 What part of speech is the word sees?
- 7 Where do we use apostrophes examples?
- 8 Can and could sentences?
- 9 How to use the word see in a sentence?
- 10 Which is the best example of the verb see?
What do you mean by sees?
b : to perceive or detect as if by sight. 2a : to be aware of : recognize sees only our faults. b : to imagine as a possibility : suppose couldn’t see him as a crook. c : to form a mental picture of : visualize can still see her as she was years ago. d : to perceive the meaning or importance of : understand.
Is sees plural or singular?
The plural form of see is sees.
Is there an apostrophe in Sees?
When NOT to Use an Apostrophe The following are some of the most frequent errors: Do not use an apostrophe in the possessive pronouns whose, ours, yours, his, hers, its, or theirs. Do not use an apostrophe in verbs. Apostrophes sometimes show up in verbs that end in -s, such as marks, sees, or finds.
Can you see sentences?
[M] [T] He can play a flute. [M] [T] Mary can dance well. [M] [T] She can drive a car. [M] [T] This bird can’t fly.
Where do we use sees?
‘Sees’ is the third person singular form of the verb. We can use it with pronouns like ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’.
Is sees a correct word?
Yes, ‘sees’ is the present active third person indicative of the verb ‘see.
Is it correct to say he sees?
What part of speech is the word sees?
Sees can be a verb or a noun.
When to Use sees or See’s?
We see the bus stop nearby. They see the garden over there. ‘Sees’ is the third person singular form of the verb. We can use it with pronouns like ‘he’, ‘she’ and ‘it’.
Where do we use apostrophes examples?
When using a singular noun, the apostrophe is used before the s. For example: “The squirrel’s nuts were stashed in a hollow tree.” When using a plural noun, the apostrophe goes after the s. For example: “The squirrels’ nuts were hidden in several hollow trees throughout the forest.”
Can and could sentences?
‘can’ and ‘could’
- They could come by car. (= Maybe they will come by car.)
- It can be very cold here in winter. (= It is sometimes very cold here in winter.)
- That can’t be true.
- It’s ten o’clock.
- It could be very cold there in winter.
- They know the way here.
- She can speak several languages.
- I can see you.
Can be example sentences?
Here are some more examples: Present Perfect → I have been able to play football….1. Affirmative sentences.
|Simple Present||I can play football.||I am able to play football.|
|I am allowed to play football.|
|Simple Past||I could play football.||I was able to play football.|
|I was allowed to play football.|
How to use the word see in a sentence?
There was lavender as far as the eye could see. I can see a se blue bird on the roof. As far as I could see, everything was covered with snow. As far as the eye could see, nothing could be seen except cornfields. There was nothing but forest as far as the eye could see. Example sentences with the see, a sentence example for see,
Which is the best example of the verb see?
Quiz: Conjugate With See 1 was seen 2 will be seeing 3 saw 4 had seen 5 will have seen 6 see 7 is being seen 8 saw 9 will see
When to use the present continuous form of the word see?
That table isn’t seen by anyone. Use the present continuous to speak about what is happening at the present moment. Note: The present continuous form is only used in the sense of ‘see’ meaning visit or have an appointment with someone. We are seeing the doctor this afternoon. Who are you seeing for that problem?