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I do not understand when I should put "do" and when not, someone could explain
Dec 2, 2017 4:17 PM
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No dudo que tienes problemas con este concepto. Inglés es muy ilógico en su uso de "do, does, did". to do - hacer bastante fácil, es igual al español. Sin embargo... Para formar preguntas Se usa "do, does, did" para cambiar una frase a una pregunta. Español, nada más, cambia el tono de la voz. Ejemplos: Cantas. You sing. ¿Cantas? DO you sing? (DID you sing? DOES he sing, etc.) Para expresar lo negativo Pablo habla mucho. Pablo talks a lot. Pablo NO habla mucho. Pablo DOES NOT talk a lot. (You DO NOT, I DID NOT, etc.) Para expresar el imperativo negativo: Miguelito, ¡mírame! Miguelito, look at me! Miguelito, ¡no me mires! Miguelito, DON'T look at me! Ojalá que esto te ayude un poco. Richard
December 2, 2017
'Do' is a very common word. There are so many different types of phrases, it would take a long time to think of and list them all.
December 2, 2017
Can you give a bit more information about your question, or perhaps a few examples?
December 2, 2017
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