Auxiliaries English Grammar Ielts Exam

Auxiliaries English Grammar Ielts Exam

Auxiliary verbs “Be” “Do” “Have

An auxiliary verb helps the main verb and is also called a “helping verb”.

Auxiliaries English Grammar Ielts Exam

Be” as an auxiliary verb:

     a :Used in progressive sentences :

  • I am taking a bath
  • She is preparing dinner for us
  • They have been studying whole night

      b: Used in passive sentence :

  • I was given a free meal
  • This song has been sung by all nations.

Do” as an auxiliary verb:

     a:Used in negative sentences

  • I do not know the truth
  • She doesn’t agree with me
  • They did not arrive here yet

      b :Used in questions :

  • Do you want to have another one?
  • Did he finish his homework?

Have” as an auxiliary verb

     a :Used In perfect sentences:

  • I have been following you for a mile
  • She had been queen of the town

 

Choose the correct auxiliary verbs;-

  1. The train ………….just arrived (have / has)
  2. They ………been learning English for two years (have / has)
  3. My uncle …………..not eat fish now a days (does / did)
  4. ………….anybody rings up for me? (do / did)
  5. She ………….not play the Piano (do / does)
  6. I …………….not working today ( is / am)
  7. The boy ……………playing with his toys (is / are)
  8. What ………….you doing at the moment (are / is)
  9. The first innings ………..very interesting (was / were)
  10. Neither the children nor their mothers ……………..admitted in hospital (was / were)
  11. Everyone of the boys …………….sitting silent in the hall (was .were)
  12. Every leaf ……………fallen from this tree (has / have)
  13. Either Amaranth or her friends ………taken it (have / has)
  14. Each of the boys ……….done his homework (has / have)
  15. Ram as well as sham ………..intelligent (is / are)
  16. One of the boys ………..punished (was / were)
  17. Bread and butter ………….his daily diet (was / were)
  18. His father and uncle …………their own businesses (has / have)

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Verbs :talking about the future.

Will – life will be very different in a hundred years.

Shall – we shall get in this rain.

Going to – Are you going to take a picnic?

Going to – I’m going to read this book.

Be + to – I’m American president is to visit India.



Be+ about to – I’m about to leave the home station.

Will + have + ed form: I have some work to do but I’ll have finished it by about eight.

 

Uses of will and shall.

  • Future – Meeting will be on 12thnext month.
  • Deciding – I think I’ll buy it.
  • Requests – will you shut the window please?
  • Invitations – will you please visit the training centre?
  • Promises – I will write I promise.
  • Refusing – The car won’t start what’s wrong with it?
  • Certainty – I sent the parcel last week. So they’ll have it by now.
  • Strict orders – you’ll do as I tell you.

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