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By jessenia rivera gonzalez

By: Jessenia Rivera Gonzalez

Helping Verbs


Helping verbs

Helping Verbs

  • The coach has met all the players.

  • The has an excellent team this year.

  • Mother does the cleaning every weekend.

  • Mother does clean on the weekends.


Helping verbs1

Helping Verbs

  •  Helping verbs combines with a main verb to help it express tense, mood, and voice

  • Helping verbs help main verbs express precise shades of meaning.

    EXAMPLES:

  •  I have bought a new car.

  •  I amgoing for a walk 

  • The muffins are cooling by the window.


Helping verbs

Some Verbs Can Serve Both as Main Verbs and Helping Verbs.

EXAMPLES

  • He has  a car.

  • She hasgone out.

Main verb

Helping verb


Common helping verbs

Common Helping Verbs

Form of be

Form of do

Form of have

Others

Be

Am

Is

Are

Was

Were

Been

Being

Do

Does

Did

Have

Has

Had

Could

Should

Would

May

Might

Can

Shall

will


Function of the helping verbs

Function of the Helping Verbs

Be

  • Definition: To have a specific qualification or relationship.

  • Use with Past participle with a passive voice.

  • -The door was opened

  • Use present participle to express a continuous action.

  • Katy is watching television

  • Use a helping verb with to and infinitive verb to express futurity, prearrangement or obligation.

  • -You are to be back on the base by midnight.

Be

Am

Is

Are

Was

Were

Been

Being


Function of the helping verbs1

Function of the Helping Verbs

  • Use as helping verb:

  • To make negatives:

  • I didn’t know it was you.

  • To ask questions:

  • Do you like broccoli?

  • To show emphasis:

  • I do want you to eat your broccoli.

  • To stand for a main verb:

  • Sam like broccoli more than Carmen does.

Do

Does

Did

Definition:

To bring to pass, to accomplish, to act, behave and to be active or busy .

Do


Function of the helping verbs2

Function of the Helping Verbs

Definition: To hold in possession, also hold in one’s use, service or regard.

Use as helping verb with the past participle, past perfect or future perfect.

-have finished washing the dishes.

-He has never traveled by train.

-He had won the election.

Have

Have

Has

Had


Examples

EXAMPLES

  •  They are busy doing their homework. Was

  • The students were talking when the teacher was writing on the black board. 

  • I am going for a walk 

  • Have you completed your homework?

  • I have bought a new car 

  • Do not argue with your parents! 

  • What did he do yesterday? 

  • He does not talk to the strangers


Some helping verbs also function as main verb

Some Helping Verbs Also Function as Main Verb

  • We did our homework for Mrs. Long.

  • I was at the arcade.

  • Selena has twelve orange goldfish in her aquarium.


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