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Column: He, she, they? Why its time to leave this grammar rule behind
The words do , does and did often cause confusion in the English language. They are all forms of the verb to do. In some cases, to do is used as a verb that expresses an action just like the verb to walk. It is also common to use do , does and did as auxiliary verbs or helping verbs together with another verb in its base form. This is used to create negative sentences, questions, or for adding emphasis.
We all want to use words in a way that makes us sound professional , so that they'll perhaps have a positive impact on our long-term success. Yet caring too much about words can lead some of us to fall into an easy trap: becoming overly critical of the words other people use. If you're a teacher, maybe this doesn't apply to you; it's your job to correct students' grammar. But, some of us--even professional writers--need to turn it down a notch. So, if you want to avoid becoming known as a hyper-corrective jerk, start accepting some of these minor errors in other people's diction. Here 17 of the most obvious.
The words do, does and did often cause confusion in the English language. They are all He / She / It, does, did, has/had + done, is/was + doing, homework.
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