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  1. Kenji5
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    Thumbs up How to add emphasis to "to be"?

    When we want to add emphasis, it is possible to use do/did +infinitive in affirmative questions. For example:
    I did see him ~ I do go to the school.

    Could you tell me if the verb "to be" can be emphasised?

    Thank you very much

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    Re: How to add emphasis to "to be"?

    I really was at school.

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