Q. What is an auxiliary verb?
• An auxiliary verb is also called a helping verb.
• A verb used in forming the tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs
• It comes before some verbs.
“The auxiliary verbs of English are the following:
Modals – can, could, may, might, will, would, shall, should, must, ought, need
Non-modals – am, is, was, were, be, has, have, had, do
To do – do, does, did
• I do work diligently.
• Johnny does not steal the chocolates.
• They did win the last championship.
To have – has, have, had
• I have eaten all of my food.
• John had cycled out of the town in the scorching heat.
To be – am, is, are, was ,were ,been ,being
• Kylie is singing at Wembley stadium.
• I was beaten by a better player