auxiliary verb

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Noun[change]

Singular
auxiliary verb

Plural
auxiliary verbs

  1. An auxiliary verb is a verb that works with another verb to show the tense, aspect, mood, or voice of the other verb. (See the list)
    In the following examples, the auxiliary verb is underlined:
    Do you often go to the store?
    I am walking to the store.
    I have walked to the store.
    Can you walk to the store?

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