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in this sentence i'd say/for example let's say that im talking with somone and i want to express my opinion and i tell the guy"i say that he goes and picks up the pizza"that goes and picks is with the "s" or not????

thanks guys
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"i say that he goes and picks up the pizza"

if you're talking with your friend >about this guy, then it has to be goes and picks (with -s) because you're talking about someone else, so you're using forms of he/she or it and therefore the verbs have to take an -s (if it's meant to be in present tense).

Btw: Doesn't it have to be "I'd say" rather than "I say"?
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Yes ofcourse, he, she,it take 's' because they are singular. e.g:He eats, She drinks, It hunts but we say: they eat (without s)
I eat
we eat
you eat

Dima.
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Oops... Hi Dima - I think you were a bit quicker than me Emotion: smile
ok thanks guys....
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