Primary Auxiliary Verbs


Primary Auxiliary Verbs

Primary auxiliary verbs are derived from the verbs BE, HAVE, and DO.

Primary auxiliary verbs which are derived from the verb BE are am, is, are, were and was.

  • I am a teacher.
  • I was a teacher.
  • He is my friend.
  • He was my friend.
  • They are students.
  • They were students.
  • She is an intelligent girl.
  • He was very polite.
  • You are a clever boy.
  • They are quarrelsome.

    Primary auxiliary verbs which are derived from the verb HAVE are have, had and has.

  • They have five houses.
  • He has two children.
  • She had ten cars.

    Primary auxiliary verbs which are derived from the verb DO are do, does and did.

  • I do drive the car.
  • He did the assignment perfectly.
  • He does the examination very well.

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