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The verb to do

The verb to do (Eng .: to do) plays a very important role in English, as it is used in the function of the auxiliary verb. So to speak, “you do everything” in English.

This occurs most often do in interrogative sentences, but it can also be used to underline or emphasize another verb.

Furthermore comes to do in negating sentences.

EXAMPLES for using to do

English

Direct / literal translation

Real meaning

Negative sentence

I didn′t do it!

"I didn't do it!"

I didn't do that!

No, I don't have a watch.

"No, I don't have a watch."

No, I don't have a watch.

Questioning sentence

Do you like this?

"Do you like here?"

Do you like this

Don′t you have a watch?

"Don't you have a watch?"

Don't you have a watch

Emphasis

Yes, I do like this!

"Yes, I do like that!"

Yeah, I really like this / very much!

Yes, I do have a watch!

"Yes, I do have a watch!"

But I have a clock!

FurtherEXAMPLES For to do in negations and questions:

He didn't come.

He did not come.

Don't ever believe him.

Never believe him.

Do you like this?

Do you like this

Do I look silly?

Do I look silly?

The verb do you will also find it in the list of irregular verbs. Nevertheless, we have an overview of the times from to do created for you. This overview will certainly be of great use to all beginners.

to do in the present tense

Singular

Plural

1st person

I do

I do

we do

we do

2nd person

you do

you are doing

you do

you do / you do

3rd person

he / she / it does

he / she / it does

they do

Do you

You can find out more about the use and function of the present tense in English in a separate chapter.

to do in the progressive form of the present tense

Singular

Plural

1st person

I am doing

we are doing

2nd person

you are doing

you are doing

3rd person

he / she / it is doing

they are doing

You can find out more about the use of the progressive form in the present tense and the differences to the present tense in two separate chapters.

The shape of to do in the simple past (past tense) reads: did.

The shape of to do in the present perfect simple (perfect) reads: form of have + done.

In the following chapter we want to show you more auxiliary verbs. We have the auxiliary verb to do only outsourced at this point as it is of so great importance in English.