1.4.3 Grammar Spot - To do


Verb To do
Positive
I do (my homework)
You do (your homework)
He/ She/ It does (his/ her/ its homework)
We do (our homework)
You do (your homework)
They do (their homework)
 
NB! In negative sentences and questions; the first "do" is the auxiliar, and the second "do" is the verb.
 
Negative
I do not do/ I don't do (my homework)
You do not do/ You don't do (your homework)
He/ She/ It does not do/ He/ She/ It doesn't do (his/ her/ its homework)
We do not do/ We don't do (our homework)
You do not do/ You don't do (your homework)
They do not do/ They don't do (their homework)
 
Subject - auxiliar - not - verb in infinitive without "to".
 
Question
Do I do (my homework)?
Do you do (your homework)?
Does he/ she/ it do (his/ her/ its homework)?
Do we do (our homework)?
Do you do (your homework)?
Do they do (their homework)?
 
Auxiliar - subject - verb in infinitive without "to".
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