Presentation on theme: "WALT – 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."— Presentation transcript:
1 WALT – 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
2 What is an auxiliary verb? An auxiliary verb is also called a helper verbIt comes before some verbsNot all sentences have an auxiliary
3 Sentences 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?
4 Here 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.
5 To 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
6 To 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.
7 To 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.
8 can, 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