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  1. vs. Doesn’t Don’t By: Jackie & Ruby Red 4

  2. Doesn’t is an auxiliary verb. Auxiliary verbs being another description for helping verbs. The verb doesn’t is used to make sentences negative. When the subject he, she, or it used in a sentence we include doesn’t between the subject and the verb to make the sentence negative. For example: Itdoesn’tsnow in the summer. Subject Verb

  3. The verb don’t is used to make sentences negative as well as doesn’t. In addition, don’t is also an auxiliary verb. When the subject I , you, we, or they is used in a sentence; don’t is added between the subject and the verb. For instance, Idon’tlike eating vegetables. Subject Verb

  4. DOESN’T VS. DON’T Don’t & doesn’t are both auxiliary verbs. These verb are used to make sentences negative. Don’t uses the subjects I, you, we , they. (first person) Doesn’t uses the subjects he, she, or it. (third person)

  5. Vs. Gone Went

  6. Infoabout GONE Gone is used after an auxiliary verb. For example, has, have, is, am, are, was, were. Gone is the past tense of to go. The verb is used with a helping verb. Ex: I wish I could havegone to the game. Auxiliary verb Past Participle

  7. ReAdAlLaBoUtWeNt Went is the past tense of go. It is never used after an auxiliary verb. Incorrect way of using went; I wish I could havewent to the game. Correct way of using the verb went; I went to the game. There’s no need to have a helping verb

  8. Take Notes Gone I used with a helping verb. ( has, have, I, am, are, etc.) Went is never used with an auxiliary verb . ( has, have, I, am, are, etc.) They are both past tense.

  9. for your Attention This presentation has been brought to you by Jackie & Ruby Today we have taught you the difference of Doesn’t vs. Don’t & Gone vs. Went The END 