An auxiliary verb is used in forming the tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs. The primary auxiliary verbs in English are be, do, and have. The verb to be. The verb to do. The verb to have. Every sentence must have a verb. To depict achievable activities, writers use action verbs. To describe conditions, … Read moreThe auxiliary verbs.
The verb to do can be used as an auxiliary and a main verb. It is often used in questions. I / you / we / they do did have / had done are / were doing he / she / it does did has / had done is / was doing Examples: As an … Read moreThe Verb To Do
Have to is often grouped with modal auxiliary verbs for convenience, but in fact it is not a modal verb. It is not even an auxiliary verb. In the have to structure, “have” is a main verb. The structure is: subject + auxiliary verb + have + infinitive (with to). Use of Have to In … Read moreHave to, has to, had to
What is a paragraph? A paragraph starts on a new line and is a distinct section of writing covering one topic, containing more than one sentence. A paragraph often starts with a topic sentence. It will have detail sentences in the middle and end with a concluding sentence. It will only cover one topic from … Read moreParagraphs
Should have, may have, might have, can have, could have, must have, would have. English modal verbs are both important and subtle. The subjunctive form is an attitude, not a defined structure. That is why we call it the subjunctive mood. The grammatical term subjunctive is not the same as the linguistic term subjunctive. As … Read moreModal verbs, should have, may have.