Verbal Ability - Auxiliary Verbs Online Quiz


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Following quiz provides Multiple Choice Questions (MCQs) related to Auxiliary Verbs. You will have to read all the given answers and click over the correct answer. If you are not sure about the answer then you can check the answer using Show Answer button. You can use Next Quiz button to check new set of questions in the quiz.

Questions and Answers

Q 1 - The bus ... just arrived.

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 2 - Where ... Satish stay nowadays?

A - Do

B - Does

C - Have

D - Has

Answer : B

Explanation

“Do/does” is also used to ask questions about the occurrence or non-occurrence of any action 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 3 - Mt. Everest ... the largest mountain peak.

A - is

B - was

C - are

D - were

Answer : A

Explanation

When we use auxiliary verbs for actions that happen in the present time, we use “am” for “I”, “are” for “we, you, they” and “is” for “he, she, it” and nouns respectively.

Q 4 - I ... celebrating my promotion today.

A - is

B - am

C - are

D - were

Answer : B

Explanation

When we use auxiliary verbs for actions that happen in the present time, we use “am” for “I”, “are” for “we, you, they” and “is” for “he, she, it” and nouns respectively.

Q 5 - Sheila ... riding her bike too fast.

A - is

B - am

C - are

D - were

Answer : A

Explanation

When we use auxiliary verbs for actions that happen in the present time, we use “am” for “I”, “are” for “we, you, they” and “is” for “he, she, it” and nouns respectively.

Q 6 - My father/sleep/not all night so let him rest.

A - Do

B - Did

C - Have

D - Has

Answer : B

Explanation

“Have/has” are also used as auxiliary verbs when the main verb represents an action that started some time back and is still continuing. The structure in this case is — “have/has been” + verb + “ing”.

Q 7 - He/go to office by foot /not in rainy season.

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 - … he/go/to sleep/already?

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 9 - … they/go/there every year?

A - Did

B - Do

C - Does

D - Has

Answer : B

Explanation

“Do/does” is also used to ask questions about the occurrence or non-occurrence of any action happening 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 10 - What … /you/do tomorrow?

A - Did

B - Do

C - Will

D - Has

Answer : C

Explanation

“Will” is used as an auxiliary verb with the main verb if the action is supposed to happen in the future.


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