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Auxiliaries ( Helping Verb )

Primary Auxiliaries.
am, is, are, was, were, do, does, did, have, has, hadare
calledPrimary Auxiliaries. ThePrimary Auxiliariescan be used
as helping verbs as well as principle verbs.
Example I am a teacher
I have some problems
We did it

Modal Auxiliaries.
Will, shall, would, should, can, could, may, might, ought to, must,
needare called Modal Auxiliaries.
TheModal Auxiliariesare always used as helping verbs. In other
words they cannot be used as Principl verbs.
She will go.
We shall read it.
Vedant might play the match.
Rich people should help poor people.
You must attend the meeting.
I can run fast.

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