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be as a main verb in the Simple Present (am, are, is)

 

 

affirmative

negative

I:

 

I am from England.

I am not from England.

he, she, it:

 

He is from England.

He is not from England.

we, you, they:

 

We are from England.

We are not from England.

 

be as a main verb in the Simple Past (was, were)

 

 

affirmative

negative

I, he, she, it:

 

I was here.

I was not here.

we, you, they:

 

We were here.

We were not here.

 

be as an auxiliary verb in the Present Progressive (am, are, is)

 

 

affirmative

negative

I:

 

I am reading a book.

I am not reading a book.

he, she, it:

 

He is reading a book.

He is not reading a book.

we, you, they:

 

We are reading a book.

We are not reading a book.

 

be as an auxiliary verb in the passive:

Simple Present: A house is built.
Simple Past: A house was built.
will future: A house will be built.
going-to future: A house is going to be built.

 

 

 
 

 

 

do as a main verb in the Simple Present (do, does, don't, doesn't)

affirmative

negative

I, we, you, they:

 

I do my homework in the evenings.

I don't do my homework in the evenings.*

he, she, it:

 

He does his homework in the evenings.

He doesn't do his homework in the evenings.*

do as a main verb in the Simple Past (did, didn't)

affirmative

negative

I did my homework in the evenings.

I didn't do my homework in the evenings.**

 

do as a main verb - past participle (done)

 

affirmative

negative

I have done my homework.

I haven't done my homework.

 

do as a main verb (Present Progressive, Gerund, present participle) - (doing)

 

affirmative

negative

I am doing my homework.

I am not doing my homework.

Doing my homework is not always fun.

Not doing my homework is not clever.

I saw Jane doing her homework.

I didn't see Jane doing her homework.

 

do as an auxiliary verb in negative sentences in the Simple Present:

I don't do my homework in the evenings.

do as an auxiliary verb in negative sentences in the Simple Past:

I didn't do my homework yesterday evening.

do as an auxiliary verb in questions in the Simple Present:

Do you like rugby? - Does he like rugby?

do as an auxiliary verb in questions in the Simple Past:

Did you see Peggy yesterday?
When did you get up this morning?

do with negative imperatives:

Don't sing under the shower.

 

have as a main verb in the Simple Present

(have, has, don't have, doesn't have)

 

affirmative

negative

I, we, you, they:

 

I have a new guitar.
I have got a new guitar.

I don't have a new guitar.
I haven't got a new guitar.

he, she, it:

 

He has a new guitar.
He has got a new guitar.

He doesn't have a new guitar.
He hasn't got a new guitar.

 

have as a main verb in the Simple Past (had, didn't have)

 

affirmative

negative

I had a new guitar.
I had got a new guitar.

I didn't have a new guitar.
I hadn't got a new guitar.

have as an auxiliary verb and a main verb - Present Perfect (had)

 

affirmative

negative

I, we, you, they:

 

They have had a nice time.

They haven't had a nice time.

he, she, it:

 

He has had a nice time.

He hasn't had a nice time.

have as an auxiliary verb and a main verb - Past Perfect (had)

 

affirmative

negative

They had had a nice time.

They hadn't had a nice time.

have as an auxiliary verb in the Present Perfect (past participle):

 

affirmative

negative

I, we, you, they:

 

I have seen Peter.

I haven't seen Peter.

he, she, it:

 

She has seen Peter.

She hasn't seen Peter.

have als auxiliary verb in the Past Perfect (past participle):

 

affirmative

negative

I had seen Peter.

I hadn't seen Peter.

 

have als auxiliary verb in the Future Perfect (past participle):

affirmative

negative

They will have spoken to Peter.

They won't have spoken to Peter.


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