1. Introduction
2. Grammatical agreement verbs: directional
3. Locative agreement verbs: spatial
4. Auxiliary agreement sign
5. Pronominal subjects and objects
6. Use of grammatical space in comparison




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All verbs have a neutral or basic form such as: "to think", "to help".

Some verbs can change their form to indicate the subject and object in the sentence. In a verb such as "think", for example, the verb form is not modified according to who carries out the action nor according to the object of the same.

    "I think about the future."
    "He doesn't think about the future."