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Verb Tense "could" Structure


The Structure of the Verb Tense "could".

When using as a verb or an auxiliary verb tense the verb "could" stays in its base form.

Could doesn't change form according to the subject.

Could is followed by a main verb. The main verb tense also stays in its base form. The main verb tense doesn't change form according to the subject.

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Subject
the verb "could" - "Main Verb Tense" -
Positive Sentences

I

could
-
go
to the store
Negative Sentences
We
could
not
go
to the store
Questions**
Could
they
-
go
to the store

* The subjects are I, we, they, you, plural nouns singular nouns and uncountable nouns.

**Questions - When could is used to ask a question "could" comes before the subject.



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