Learn about what an auxiliary verb is and how to use auxiliary verbs to show agreement, disagreement and for omission in sentences in English. Use the grammar presentation to learn and then check your understanding with the interactive self test.
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I’ve seen it but the children ______ .
I live here and so ____ my partner.
John: I won’t do it.
Tony: Then neither _____ I!
I can speak Italian, but my daughter ____.
You will come, _____ ?
It’s really cold,______?
I went to the Olympic Games in Tokyo, but my children ______.
Tomas: I’ve been to Berlin a few times.
Dylan: So ______ I!
Jenny: I’m not really interested in sport.
Javier: Oh, I ______, I always watch football and basketball when I get the chance.
Tim: I want to go out tonight.
Sara: ____ you? Where shall we go?