How to: accept or accept?
The spelling of endings in the verbs is fixed by the rules of spelling, where it is said that the verbs of the present and future tense in the end are written:
- the letter "and" - for verbs II conjugations;
- the letter "e" - for verbs I conjugations.
There are some exceptions, but the verb "to accept" does not apply to them.
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Thus, the verb “to accept” in the form of a 2 person plural of a simple future tense of indicative mood is written like this: “accept”. This spelling is explained quite simply: in the end of the verb 1 conjugation is written -e.Future tense
|I will accept||We will take||I will accelerate||We will speed up|
|Will you accept||You will accept||You will speed up||You will speed up|
|He, she, it will take||They will take||He, she, it will accelerate||They will speed up|
- Take this medicine and relieve the headache.
- If you accept me to the state, I will prove that I am a capable performer.
"Accept" in the imperative
The spelling "accept" can also occur, and it will be correct if the verb is used in the imperative mood.
“Accept” (emphasis on the second syllable) as a form of the verb “accept” in the imperative mood is written with “and”. Such a verb indicates action in the future.
- Take note of this information.
- Take the order for the supply of ten computers and four laptops.
- Please accept our best wishes.