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    Hello, some body could help with this grammatical rule??
    I know... "Did" is use in past time... help me and tell me if this is correct

    question... Did Henrry love to draw?
    answare... Yes, Henrry did love to draw...

    I didnīt use the past of LOVE, loved to answer the question... is that ok??
    where can i find some articles about this rule, if my answware is Ok???

    Thank for all and by the way correct some mistakes in this letter...

    a friend
    FDVE

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    Default Re: something about DID

    Quote Originally Posted by fer_vargas
    Hello, some body could help with this grammatical rule??
    I know... "Did" is use in past time... help me and tell me if this is correct

    question... Did Henrry love to draw?
    answare... Yes, Henrry did love to draw...

    I didnīt use the past of LOVE, loved to answer the question... is that ok??
    where can i find some articles about this rule, if my answware is Ok???

    Thank for all and by the way correct some mistakes in this letter...

    a friend
    FDVE
    You are correct about the use of "do", "does", and "did". When they are used as auxiliariy verbs, the verb that follows is in the bare infinitive form (unchanged by tense or person).

    More information here:

    http://webster.commnet.edu/grammar/auxiliary.htm

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