Auxiliary Verbs


Auxiliary verbs are used to form various tenses, moods, and voices in English sentences.


Auxiliary verbs are also used to make negative sentences, questions, and contractions.


Auxiliary verbs are used in combination with a main verb to convey additional information about the action or state of being in the sentence.


To be, to have, shall/should, and will/would are the most common auxiliary verbs in English.


The choice of auxiliary verb depends on the tense, mood, and voice of the sentence, as well as the subject and context.








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