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    • Join Date: Feb 2007
    • Posts: 4
    #1

    Cool do/does/did

    Why do you sometimes use the auxiliary (do/does/did) and sometimes you don't?
    Ex: "What did you eat for lunch?"
    "What caused the accident?"

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    Re: do/does/did

    Quote Originally Posted by Nola View Post
    Why do you sometimes use the auxiliary (do/does/did) and sometimes you don't?
    Ex: "What did you eat for lunch?"
    "What caused the accident?"
    because, in your first sentence, you have a subject( you)

    but in the second one, there is no subject, so there is no auxiliary verb


    • Join Date: Feb 2007
    • Posts: 4
    #3

    Re: do/does/did

    Thanks!

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