Opinion | Some interpersonal verbs, conjugated by gender

The example sentences below demonstrate the proper English usage of interpersonal verbs, inflected for mood, tense and gender. He is drinking; he is drunk; he was drunk. He is just 17; he was just 17. Remember that he is just a kid; remember that he was just a kid; you must remember he was just a kid.

Jarrett Fuller

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