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Auxiliary verb ‘DO’ and its other forms ‘Did’ & ‘Does’

Welcome to our English speaking institute in Mumbai (online). In this English speaking class, you will learn how to use the auxiliary verb DO correctly.

In this English Grammar lesson with Rachna, you will learn how to use the auxiliary verbs Do, Does & Did correctly in spoken English. These helping verbs often confuse student, so let’s learn the correct use of these verbs in spoken English. Don’t forget to subscribe to our English speaking channel.

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The auxiliary verb do is used to make interrogative sentences and negative sentences in the simple present tense. Do is a verb that is used for general purpose. In this video, it can refer to any kind of action. For example, in the sentence ‘I don’t know what to do’ the italicized do is an example of a general purpose do.
As a primary auxiliary, do has three forms: do, does and did. The form did is only used in the simple past tense. Do and does are only used in the simple present tense. Do is used with plural subjects. It can also be used with pronoun subjects like I, you, they and we. Does is used with singular subjects and the third person pronouns he, she and it.

Welcome to our English speaking institute in Mumbai (online). In this English speaking class, you will learn how to use the auxiliary verb DO correctly.

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