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    kahhong is offline Member
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    Cool am/is/are

    Hello,

    what is auxilary verb mean?


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    The auxiliary verb is the verb you need for some of the verb tenses, meaning: present continuous (subject + ''TO BE''>at present simple tense + verb + ''ing''), past continuous (subject + ''TO BE''>at past simple tense + verb + ''ing''), present perfect continuous (subject + ''TO BE''>at present perfect simple + verb + ''ing'') and past perfect continuous (subject + ''TO BE''>at past perfect simple + verb + ''ing'')
    It's an accessory, something u musn't miss

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