Scoop say you go - Phone Scoop

The inflections (endings) of English verb forms are not difficult to remember. There are only four basic forms. Instead of forming complex tense forms with endings, English uses auxiliary verb forms. English does not even have a proper ending for future forms; instead, we use auxiliaries such as "I am going to read this afternoon." or "I will read." or even "I am reading this book tomorrow." It would be useful, however, to learn these four basic forms of verb construction.

We’re looking for new Ben & Jerry’s franchisees, and we’d love to talk “scoop shop” with you.

Everyone has a poop management system so they’re not leaving their dog’s waste on the sidewalks or trails on a walk and a way to clean up your backyard if you have one. Right?

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