Negation D (Optional)

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What happen if we combine 5 tables you have already learned: DO, HAVE, BE, Tenses and Modal/Auxiliaries.
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Present Past Future
1S I have a bicycle. I had a bicycle. I will have a bicycle.
1P We have a bicycle. We had a bicycle. We will have a bicycle.
2S You have a bicycle. You had a bicycle. You will have a bicycle.
2P You have a bicycle. You had a bicycle. You will have a bicycle.
3S She has a bicycle. She had a bicycle. She will have a bicycle.
3S He has a bicycle. He had a bicycle. He will have a bicycle.
3S It has a bicycle. It had a bicycle. It will have a bicycle.
3P They have a bicycle. They had a bicycle. They will have a bicycle.
1S I do homework. I did homework. I will do homework .
1P We do homework. We did homework. We will do homework.
2S You do homework. You did homework. You will do homework.
2P You do homework. You did homework. You will do homework.
3S She does homework. She did homework. She will do homework.
3S He does homework. He did homework. He will do homework.
3S It does homework. It did homework. It will do homework.
3P They do homework. They did homework. They will do homework.
1S I am a worker. I was a worker. I shall be a worker.
1P We are workers. We were workers. We will be workers.
2S You are a worker. You were a worker. You will be a worker.
2P You are workers. You were workers. You will be workers.
3S She is a worker.
He is a worker.
She was a worker.
He was a worker.
She will be a worker.
He will be a worker
3S It is a machine. It was a machine. It will be a machine.
3P They are workers. They were workers. They will be workers.
Simple He plays tennis. He played tennis. He will play tennis.
Continuous He is playing tennis. He was playing tennis. He will be playing tennis.
Perfect He has played tennis. He had played tennis. He will have played tennis.
He has been playing tennis. He had been playing tennis. He will have been playing tennis.
... I shall go. .. ..
... I should go. .. ..
... I will go. .. ..
... I would go. .. ..
... I can go. .. ..
... I could go. .. ..
... I may go. .. ..
... I might go. .. ..
... I must go. .. ..

Now we have only Group D. Here, DO and HAVE act as main verbs.
They themselves are main verbs, they are not helping another main verb.
I have a car.
I do homework.
I play tennis.

Basic Formula here is, we break up the single verb into DO+ infinitive.
plays = DOES + play
play = DO + play
played = DID + play

We go to the party. ==> We do not go to the party.
I play football. ==> I do not play football.

She likes food. ==> She does not like food.
Jane plays the guitar. ==> Jane does not play the guitar.

We went to the party. ==> We did not go to the party.
I played football. ==> I did not play football.
She cooked food. ==> She did not cook food.

Present Tense Examples:
I work. I do not work.
They win the game. They do not win the game.
She cries every night. She does not cry every night.

Past Tense Examples:
I worked. I did not work.
They won the game. They did not win the game.
She cried last night. She did not cry last night.

I have a bicycle. You have a bicycle.

She has a bicycle.

We do homework.

She does homework.

I play tennis. They play tennis.

He plays tennis. She plays golf.

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