Auxiliary verbs Mock Test
Auxiliary verbs Mock Test; Auxiliary verbs can be called a type or subtype of verbs to help the verb full fill the meaning it tries to convey. In other words, they are just some helping verbs. Actually, there are twenty-four auxiliary verbs in English grammar. They are divided into two; namely Primary Auxiliary and Modal auxiliary. Let’s have a look at them,
Primary auxiliaries are called so and kept aside from the modal auxiliaries for only one reason: they can also act as the main verb. (in some sentences obviously.)There are three families in Primary auxiliaries Be family, Have family, Do family.
Be family consists of five auxiliaries mainly;” Am, Is, Are” which are in present and “Was, Were” which are past. All five of them gives the main theme “to be”
Have family consists of three auxiliaries mainly;” Has, Have” which are in present and “Had” which is past. All five of them gives the main theme “to have”
Do family consists of three auxiliaries mainly; “Do, Does” which are in present and “Did” which is past. All five of them gives the main theme “to do”
They are the rest of the auxiliaries. They don’t act as a main verb. They are namely: Will, Would, Can, Could, Shall, Should, May, Might, Must, Need, Dare, Used to, Ought to.
In competitive exams, the use of primary and modal auxiliaries is one of the main topics from which, you can expect one to three questions. Given below is a mock test on the topic “The Use of Primary and Modal Auxiliaries”. Practise it.
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