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In spoken English, the word “do” and “dose” are always omitted. But what about the tenses after these two words? Should they change? For example:
He always treat you like that?
Or
He always treats you like that?
Which one is correct? And why?

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In spoken English, the word “do” and “dose” are always omitted. But what about the tenses after these two words? Should they change? For example:
He always treat you like that?
Or 
He always treats you like that? 
Which one is correct? And why?
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