“We’re setting off at 7.00am. Do you mind getting up so early?”
1. Auxiliaries: 'are' (BE) and 'do' DO)
2. Main: 'setting' (SET) and 'mind' (MIND)
"Do you fancy going to a Science of Mind conference this weekend?” my wife asked.
2) auxiliary is 'do' (DO)
3) Main is 'fancy (FANCY)
The infinitive, in capital letters above and below, is the base form, the form found in the dictionary. From this form we can construct all the other forms - for regular verbs:
PLAY: play, plays, playing, played
WORK: work, works, working, worked.
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