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Does it Swap Or drop ?
Main Auxiliaries DROP : Do Does Did SWAP : To be + Ing Have/Has+ Participle Will + Verb Would + Verb
PRESENT Be+ Ing Do/Does PAST Have Has + Participle (3 Form) Did (2 form) FUTURE Will+Verb CONDITIONAL Would+Verb
DO (Present Simple) Verb Question Answer Negative Do+not + Verb DROPS
I dont eat What you eat? I eat do
Does Answer Verb + S-ES Drops Question Negative Does + not + verb
Did (Past Tense) Answer Verb 2 (Second form) Drops Question Negative Did + not + verb
To Meet met met Who did you meet yesterday ? I met Marco I didnt meet Giulia
Be + Ing (Present Continuos) SWAPS
Be + Ing I you he/she/it we you they Question (Backwards) Answer(Forwards)
Negative Be + not + Ing (Forwards+not) I you he/she/it we you they
Have/has + participle ( 3 past participle) SWAPS
Have+part. I you he/she/it we you they Question (Backwards) Answer (Forwards)
Have/has + not +part. (Forwards+not) I you he/she/it we you they
Will +Verb SWAPS
Will + Verb I you he/she/it we you they +Not (Backwards+not) Question (Backwards) Answer (Forwards)
Would + Verb SWAPS
Would + Verb I you he/she/it we you they +Not (Forwards+not) Question (Backwards) Answer (Forwards)
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