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Third person singular present tense: b. past tense: c. progressive participle: d. perfect or passive participle: e. basic form (used everywhere else): performs performed performing performed perform When two grammatical words that are distinct for some lexemes are systematically identical for others, as here, these forms are said to be syncretised, or to exhibit syncretism. The same syncretism also occurs with some irregular verbs, such as  and  (past = perfect participle dug, stung) and all those that use the suffix -t, such as , , and  (bent, felt, taught).

The second reason is that, unless otherwise specified, we can be confident that the plural form of any countable noun will be formed by adding to the singular form the suffix -s (or rather, the appropriate allomorph of this suffix); in other words, suffixing -s is the regular method of forming plurals. 02 pages 001-152 32 18/10/01 3:43 pm Page 32 AN INTRODUCTION TO ENGLISH MORPHOLOGY That qualification ‘unless otherwise specified’ is crucial, however. Any native speaker of English, after a moment’s thought, should be able to think of at least two or three nouns that form their plural in some other way than by adding -s: for example,  has the plural form children,  has the plural teeth, and  has the plural men.

Progressive participle: d. perfect or passive participle: e. basic form (used everywhere else): performs performed performing performed perform When two grammatical words that are distinct for some lexemes are systematically identical for others, as here, these forms are said to be syncretised, or to exhibit syncretism. The same syncretism also occurs with some irregular verbs, such as  and  (past = perfect participle dug, stung) and all those that use the suffix -t, such as , , and  (bent, felt, taught).

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