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1WALT – Describe what an auxiliary verb is and give some examples of auxiliary verbs WILF – Read this presentation and explain it to the rest of the class at the end of the lesson
2What is an auxiliary verb? An auxiliary verb is also called a helper verbIt comes before some verbsNot all sentences have an auxiliary
3Sentences with no auxiliary verb I played football last nightI walk this way to school every dayI like chocolateCan you identify the verbs in these sentences?
4Here are some sentences with missing auxiliary verbs – can you suggest replacements? I _____ walking along the dusty road.Tomorrow I ___ swim for my school.I __ very good at maths.Dad _____ the dishes because mum cooks the tea.I ___ spell all of the words on my list.
5To do do, does, did These are followed by the base form of a verb e.g. I do work very hard.Johnny does try his best.They did win the game last week.Put each of these auxiliaries into a sentence of your own
6To haveHave, has, hadThese are followed by the past participle of the next verbe.g.I have eaten all of my food.John has climbed Ben Nevis.Debbie had hidden all of Paul’s pencils.
7To beAm, is, are, was, wereIs followed by the present or past participle in the sentencee.g. I am going to the park. (going = present)Kylie is singing at Wembley stadium.Fish is usually eaten with chips. (eaten = past participle)I was beaten by a better playerThey were running past the gates when they saw a dog.
8can, will, shall, could, would, should, may, might, must Modalscan, will, shall, could, would, should, may, might, mustThese are followed by the base form of a verbUse each of these in a sentence of your own:-Can walk; will try; shall play; could tidy; would like; should work; may eat; might choose; must breathe