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    Unhappy Grammar

    My son brought home a paper that says to use the special form of the words(be, have & do). Can you tell me the special forms for these words. Thank you

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    Given the choice of verbs, I'd imagine it means as auxiliary verbs, though I have never heard 'speical form' used.
    https://www.usingenglish.com/glossar...iary-verb.html

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