auxiliary verbs

Grammar tag

Auxiliary Verbs

Auxiliary verbs help the main verb to express tense or voice or help make questions and negative sentences. That's why they're also called 'helping verbs'.

 

Be

To be or not to be, that is the question. Have you ever considered what 'to be' means and does in English grammar? We will explain everything so buckle up.

 

Modal Verbs vs. Auxiliary Verbs

Modal verbs and auxiliary verbs are verbs that help other verbs show meaning. In this lesson, we will learn their differences.

 

Have

'Have' can be an auxiliary verb or a main verb. It has no specific meaning as an auxiliary verb. In this lesson, we will learn all about it.

 

Do

'Do' can be an auxiliary verb or a main verb. We can also conjugate it. In this lesson, we will learn more about it.

 

Make vs. Do

This time, we're gonna focus a bit on grammatically confusing words. I promise you this journey will be as fascinating as the others. C'mon.

 

Has vs. Have

This time, we're gonna differentiate between these two conjugations of the auxiliary verb 'have'. I promise you won't regret learning about them.

 
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