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6. Auxiliary verbs
It may cost 100$.
Men should help with the housework.
Tom would pay her.
They could play the guitar.
We’re seeing Mary tomorrow.
She ought to keep it in the fridge.
You can understand it.
The police were watching the house.
You can go with him.
They’ve got a house.
Your boss will be angry.
Tom should pay the fine.
They may come tonight.
They were cleaning their shoes.
He must write in French.
You have read the instructions.
These pearls are made by oysters.
The ice was thick enough to walk on.
This will take a long time.
They may (permission) take the car.
You’ve made a mistake.
Ann would like a skiing holiday.
We must do it at once.
Tom could come.
They were in a hurry.
There is enough salt in it.
You could see the sea from the house.
Ann will be able to drive you.
They have written to him.
We must cook it in butter.
It is freezing.
She ought to accept the offer.
There’ll be time for tea.
I`m right.
He may be at home.
He used to live here.
7. Auxiliary conjugated do/ does/ did.
Make the sentences (a) negative and (b) interrogative, using do, does, did.
They have eggs for breakfast.
He needs a new coat.
He used to sell fruit.
They have to work hard.
She does the housework.
He needs more money.
He had a row with his boss.
She had a heart attack.
Her hair needed cutting.
He does his homework after supper.
She has a singing lesson every week.
She had to make a speech.
He does his best.
He has to get up at six every day.
The children have dinner at school.
She dared him to climb it.
You did it on purpose.
He has his piano tuned regularly.
He dares to say that!
They had a good time.
The drink did him good.
My watch needs cleaning.
HE had an accident.
You had your house painted.
She used to make her own clothes.
He had difficulty (in) getting a job.
He dared to interrupt the president, did he? (Omit final did he?)
You do the exercises.
8. Auxiliary verbs.
Use had to as the past tense of must and didn’t need as a past tense of needn’t.
He isn’t working hard.
She doesn’t like cats.
I can`t say anything.
We must read it carefully.
He won`t help us.
He can`t lift it easily.
It isn’t far from London.
Isn’t it too heavy to carry?
He needn’t pay at once.
He hopes that Tom will be there. (He hoped …)
How much does it cost?
He says that Ann may be there. (He said…)
How old is he?
Do you see any difference?
I do what I can.
How far you can swim?
I must change my shoes.
Tom dares not complain.
I don’t dare (to) touch it.
Have you time to do it?
Are you frightened?
Must you pay for it yourself?
The letter needn’t be typed.
We hope that he comes. (We hoped …)
He says that she may not be in time. (He said that she …)
Do you understand what he is saying? I don’t.
There are accidents everydays at these crossroads.
She thinks that it may cost 100$. (She thought that it …)
Doesn’t Mr Pitt know your address?
They aren’t expecting me, are they?
He thinks that the snakes may be dangerous. (see 28)
She wants to know if she can borrow the car. (she wanted to know if …)
Can you manage on 100$ a week?
Tom is certain that he will win.
Can you read the notice? No, I can`t.
I don’t think that the pull will attack us.
9. Auxiliary verbs.
Use needn’t in 7 and 15. Use must in 26 and 35.
Is the water deep?
Do you know the way?
Can you swim?
Does he come every day?
Is that Tom over there?
Are you Tom’s brother?
Must you go?
Are you enjoying yourselves?
Did he see you?
Would 10$ be enough?
May I borrow your car?
Is this the front of the cheque?
Will she be there?
Do you play cards?
Should I tell the police?
Can you cook?
Are you ready?
Could women join
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