Verbo Auxiliar To Do (hacer) / Auxiliary Verb To Do

El verbo “to do” es un verbo auxiliar que nos ayuda a conjugar verbos, es importante aprenderlo bien porque es la fuente de muchas confusiones.

The verb “todo” is an auxiliary verb that helps us conjugate verbs, it’s important to learn it well because it’s the source of confusion for many.

Present

I    do
you  do
he   does
she  does
it   does
we   do
you  do
they do

Past

I    did
you  did
he   did
she  did
it   did
we   did
you  did
they did

Future

I    will do
you  will do
he   will do
she  will do
it   will do
we   will do
you  will do
they will do

Al conjugar la tercera persona, decimos por ejemplo “he watches his dog play”, pero la forma interrogativa se vuelve “Does he watch his dog play?” y la negativa es “he doesn’t watch his dog play”

When we conjugate the third person, we say , for example “he watches his dog play”, but the interrogative form becomes “Does he watch his dog play?” and the negative is “he doesn’t watch his dog play”

Esto es solo en presente, pero hay muchos más tiempos en inglés, y tenemos que recordar que cuando incluimos “to do”, ya no decimos “watches” sino “does watch” porque la concordancia la lleva el auxiliar “to do”

This is just for the present tense, but there are many more tenses in english, and we need to remember that whenever we include “to do”, we no longer say “watches” but “does watch” because the concordance is carried by the auxiliary “to do”

Si quieren ver el verbo “to do” conjugado en todos sus tiempos pueden consultar la tabla aquí / If you want to see the verb “to do” conjugated in all its tenses, you can check this table:

http://www.verbix.com/webverbix/English/do.html

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