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Have / Has / Did / Does / Do / Had / Was / Were / Is / Are / Am / Can / Could /

Will / Would / Shall / Should / May / Might / Must / Need / Ought.

            In our view, helping verbs are very dangerous in English Language. If we are not able study helping verbs very well, sure we will be failed in English language. So carefully, all the helping verbs and their usage must be studied well. Helping verbs are used as a verb but some situations they are used to make other tenses especially 12 active voice tenses and their passive voices tenses (Example:- Present continuous tense / present perfect / present perfect continuous / past continuous / past perfect / past perfect continuous / future continuous / future perfect / future perfect continuous) in those above mentioned tenses helping verbs are used as ‘helping verbs. It means they show to their tense purpose only. Example:- She is going / They are playing / She was taking / I will be watching.   Helping verbs are the controller of English sentence. If we don’t use proper helping verbs in any English sentence its means will be other or the sentence will be mistake. For example:- he does not come. This is a correct meaning but it is not a correct sentence. As per English language rules correct sentence is “he doesn’t come”. So we must obey this type of rules in English.

2. And to make English questions.  In English questions, as per English rules a helping verb must be in front of the subject. (Example:-  Are you coming? / Did you come? / Could you go to Kumarakom?  Etc.    

3.    Other use of helping verbs.  In negative sentence ‘not’ must be used after the helping verb. Example:- They do not go to Thekkady every year/ She is not going Etc..  

So following helping verbs and their meaning are very important when we speak and write English language. Other ways they can’t understand whom you communicate with.

Have / Has / Did / Does / Do / Had / Was / Were / Is / Are / Am / Can / Could /

Will / Would / Shall / Should / May / Might / Must / Need / Ought /


Have + not = haven’t        they have not gone = they haven’t gone

Has + not= hasn’t              He hasn’t taken

Did +not = didn’t              He didn’t see 

Does +not = doesn’t        Teacher doesn’t come to school every Sunday

Auxiliary verbs or Helping verbs.