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Do, Does and Did

How to use these auxiliar verbs
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Felipe Merces

on 7 July 2014

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Transcript of Do, Does and Did

FINALLY!
How to use these auxiliar verbs.

Auxiliar Verbs
Does: 3rd person auxiliar of
present tense
DO: Main Auxiliar
Does / Doesn't => Only for 3rd person (He, She, It)
Do/ Don't => I, You, We, They
Look at this example below
Be Careful when applying...
DID
When there's an auxiliar in the sentence the verb comes back to the ORIGINAL (PRESENT) form..
REMEMBER!!!
DO
DID
DOES
Disable the Past & 3rd Person's effect
Auxiliar Verbs
Don't = Do Not

Doesn't = Does not

Didn't = Did not
NOTE:
Did: Past auxiliar for every Personal Pronoum
What's 3rd person?
He
She
It
NOTE: Only in present tenses.
Like:

He works everyday.
He Doesn't work everyday.
Does He work everyday?
Negatives:

I don't smoke.
You don't know.
We don't cry.
They don't work.
Interrogatives:

Do I smoke?
Do you know?
Do we cry?
Do they work?
I didn't understand.
You didn't pay.
He didn't win.
She didn't drink.
It didn't bark.
It didn't bark.
Negative form:
Interrogative form:
Did I play?
Did you eat?
Did he swim?
Did she work?
Did it brake?
Did we run?
Did they walk?
We / They didn't sleep.
Work
Works
Worked
Auxiliar
He work
s
.
He doesn't
work
.
Does He
work
?
He work
ed
.
He didn't

work
.
Did he

work
?
Affirmative Form:
I understood.
You paid.
He worked.
Present
Affirmative form:
I understand.
You pay.
He work
s
.
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