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    Is "do" a helping verb in "What do you suggest?"

    Is "do" a helping verb in the question "What do you suggest?"

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    Re: Is "do" a helping verb in "What do you suggest?"

    I think it is, but I am not a teacher.

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    Re: Is "do" a helping verb in "What do you suggest?"

    Yes, it is.

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