PTE Center Tips: Learning About Auxiliary Verbs

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Auxiliary verbs (also known as helping verbs) are used together with the main verb to form a verb phrase. The main verb indicates the kind of action or condition taking place. Learn more at https://jroozpteacademic.blogspot.com/2018/11/pte-center-tips-learning-about.html

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pteonlinereviewjroozreview.com | infopteacademic.com.ph PTE Center Tips: Learning About Auxiliary Verbs Want to develop your writing skills Aside from attending review classes in a PTE center it is crucial to find practical tips and techniques that can help boost not only your writing but also your critical-thinking skills. For instance learning about auxiliary verbs is a simple yet useful writing tip that you can apply in your PTE review training. What Is an Auxiliary Verb Auxiliary verbs also known as helping verbs are used together with the main verb to form a verb phrase. The main verb indicates the kind of action or condition taking place. An auxiliary verb accompanies the main verb to show the verb’s tense or to form a question. To boost your PTE Academic exam preparation even more below are the three primary auxiliary verbs:

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1. Be present tense: am is and are past tense: was and were This primary auxiliary verb is used in the formation of continuous tenses. Lois is sewing a long dress. I am going to the park. We are talking about school regulations. It is also used with an infinitive to indicate a plan or to denote a command. We are to leave next month. If I were to refuse the offer my parents would be disappointed. You are to see the Mayor today. 2. Do present tense: do and does past tense: did Do is used to form the interrogative and negative of the simple present/past tense. The TV do es n ’ t work in my room. The workers d i dn ’ t deliver the right amount of sand. Did you go to the PTE center last week 3. Have present tense: has and have past tense: had This primary auxiliary verb is used to form the perfect tenses. Peter had worked on the farm all his life. The company has seen its profits fall precipitously over the past few weeks. When both sides have presented their case the jury will make a decision. Have can be used to form a negative statement or to ask a question. I ha ve n ’ t packed my suitcase yet. Bryan ha sn ’ t missed a day’s work in years.

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H av en ’ t you seen the dark circles in her eyes It is also used with an infinitive to indicate an obligation. The policeman had to kick the door in to get inside the house. We have to strive for what we want. Each product has to go through the coding management that gives the product code. Hungry for more Subscribe to our blog now and get exclusive writing tips and strategies to boost your PTE Academic preparation today

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