Auxiliary Verbs - Solved Examples


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Q 1 − What ... you told them?

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - C

Explanation

“Have/has” are also used as auxiliary verbs when the main verb represents an action that ended in the past and there is discussion in the present on that action.


Q 2 − I ... not like kiwis a lot.

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - A

Explanation

“Do” is also used to deny the occurrence of any action in the present time. “Do” is used with “I, we, you, they” and plural nouns while “Does” is used with “he, she, it” and singular nouns. The structure is — Noun/pronoun + "Do/Does" + "not".


Q 3 − … he know you were there?

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - B

Explanation

“Do” is also used to ask questions about the occurrence or non-occurrence of any action taking place in the present. “Do” is used by “I, you, we, they” and plural nouns, while “Does” is used by “he, she, it” and other singular nouns. For negative questions, “not” is used with “do” or “does”. The structure is — “Do/Does” + noun/pronoun + “verb”.


Q 4 − The movie ... not started, so calm down.

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - D

Explanation

“Have/has” are also used as auxiliary verbs when the main verb represents an action that ended in the past and there is discussion in the present on that action.


Q 5 − … you like to travel?

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - A

Explanation

“Do” is also used to ask questions about the occurrence or non-occurrence of any action happening in the present time. “Do” is used by “I, you, we, they” and plural nouns, while “Does” is used by “he, she, it” and other singular nouns. For negative questions, “not” is used with “do” or “does”. The structure is — “Do/Does” + noun/pronoun + “verb”.


Q 6 − Who ... taken my clothes?

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - D

Explanation

“Have/has” are also used as auxiliary verbs when the main verb represents an action that ended in the past and there is discussion in the present on that action.


Q 7 − It ... not help if you don’t cooperate.

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - B

Explanation

“Do/does” is also used to deny the occurrence of any action in the present time. “Do” is used with “I, we, you, they” and plural nouns while “Does” is used with “he, she, it” and singular nouns. The structure is — Noun/pronoun + “Do/Does” + “not”.


Q 8 − The children ... not want to go to school in the rain.

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - A

Explanation

“Do/Does” is also used to deny the occurrence of any action in the present time. “Do” is used with “I, we, you, they” and plural nouns while “Does” is used with “he, she, it” and singular nouns. The structure is — Noun/pronoun + “Do/Does” + “not”.


Q 9 − We ... not met you since last year.

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - C

Explanation

“Have/has” are also used as auxiliary verbs when the main verb represents an action that ended in the past and there is discussion in the present on that action.


Q 10 − Rita ... baked me a cake.

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer - D

Explanation

“Have/has” are also used as auxiliary verbs when the main verb represents an action that ended in the past and there is discussion in the present on that action.



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