Auxiliary verbs are verbs that combine with another verb to make a complete verb.
The most common auxiliary verbs are,
Be: am, is, are, was, were, being, been
Do: does, do, did
Have: has, have, had, having
They help express the tense, voice or mood of a sentence. The vern 'to be' helps form the progressive, the verb 'to have' helps to form the perfect and the verb 'to do' can be used to ask questions.
Remember, auxiliary verbs can add emphasis or ask questions.
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