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Usually a verb is in different types can you please explain verbs

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when verbs are used differently it is normally when different tense is in use
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Synonym for endowed?

past tense: endowed; past participle: endowed
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Past tense is used to talk about what happened.

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Im not fluent in english but i want to learn more, i dont know how to use have and has.

In present tense, "has" is used for the pronouns "he", "she" and "it". All the others use "have"
In present perfect tense the verb "have" is an auxiliary one. Same rule applies with the pronouns, followed by the main verb in past perfect tense.
Example of simple Have:
I have a dog
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I'm just looking for a manual for the Murray Venom bicycle. My son has outgrown the bike (he didn't ride it much as he prefered his Mongoose) and I am giving it to a friend.

I received a nice email message from FixYa today. The message read: "We wanted to find out if you still need a solution for the Toys Problem you posted on FixYa yesterday." The usage of the past tense "wanted" has me confused as to the intent of the message. I'm not sure how to respond. Are the good people of FixYa simply informing me that at some time in the past they were interested in discovering if I had solved my problem? Are they implying, with that odd use of the past-tense "wanted" that they just wanted to let me know that, although they are no longer interested, they, at some point before they sent that email message, wanted to find out if I still needed a solution to my problem? I have no idea. I can only guess that the person who wrote the message actually intended to write: "We want to find out..." or, better, "We'd like to know..."
Since the writer didn't actually ask me a question, but instead made a declarative statement about something someone "wanted" in the past, I'm not even sure a response is invited. But, since I have obviously responded anyway, suffice it to say I am in no need of further assistance. Thank you.

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Could you tell me how to use word ,,fall '' in continuous tense. thx

i watched a video on youtube about this continuous tense.. theres present and past continuous..

for present continuous tense example for "fall"

He (subject) is (to be) "fall"+ ing fast now.

he is falling fast now.....

now, or at the moment etc is important to stress that ur sentence is progressive or is happening...

for past continuous tense example is

"he was falling from the stairs when someone tried to stop him."

this are my examples base on the video i watched...well i watched it so i can post an example sentence haha! but i learned too.. its a win win...

look for it in you tube..

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