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    Smile What is the difference between to be verb and do and does

    Hi
    i wanna know whats the difference between to be verb and do , does. ?
    I would be appreciate .

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    Re: What is the difference between to be verb and do and does

    Quote Originally Posted by Nadia maibodi View Post
    Hi
    I want to know what the difference between "to be" verb and "do" and "does" is.
    I would be appreciate.
    You say you are an English teacher, as such, please use correct capitalisation and punctuation and do not use "text speak". Do you have a dictionary?

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    Re: What is the difference between to be verb and do and does

    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    Do you have a dictionary?
    If not, there are many here.

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