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    Smile Usga of axiliary verbs

    Hi, this is Asish Rao.

    please inform me that how can I use 'auxiliary verbs' such as 'Should', 'Would', 'Could' and 'Might' in the following conditions:

    1) In simple pesent tense, simple past tense and simple future tense referring to first person, second person and third person.

    2) In pesent perfect tense, past perfect tense and future perfect tense referring to first person, second person and third person.

    3) In pesent continuous tense, past continuous tense and future continuous tense referring to first person, second person and third person.

    4) In pesent perfect continuous tense, past perfect continuous tense and future perfect continuous tense referring to first person, second person and
    third person.

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    Re: Usga of axiliary verbs

    Welcome to the forums.

    We are not here to replace a grammar book, but to answer specific questions.

    Click here to make a start on auxilliary verbs.

    Rover

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    Re: Usga of axiliary verbs

    Also, please check your spelling. You have used "pesent" in each of your example sentences. This word does not exist. In your title, you used "usga". This word does not exist.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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