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  • Questions with Do and Did: Beginners English

    This is probably one of the cutest videos I’ve seen in a long time. It also shows a very important grammar point, the auxiliary Do/Did for questions. We use ‘do’ as an auxiliary to form questions in the present simple and past. The following video features common questions asked with ‘do,’ with a child’s very funny answers.

    Auxiliary Verbs are used in forming the tenses, moods, and voices of other verbs. You can think of ‘do’ as the upside down question mark in Spanish ¿.

    Watch the video again and see if you can understand the questions.

    Did you have a good Christmas?

    Do you love your mommy?

    Do you love your daddy?

    Do you love your uncle Galin?

    Do you love your grandparents?

    Do you want a million dollars?

    Do you love your doggy?

    Do you want to go night night?

    Do you love bath-time?

    Is there anything you like?

    NO, NO, NO!

     

    Too cute!