Auxiliary Verbs

An auxiliary verb is a helping verb that has no meaning on its own but gives functional and grammatical meaning to the main verb.

The verbs to be, to do, and to have can all be used as main verbs, but they are also used as primary auxiliary verbs to build certain tenses or grammatical forms.

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