Question: Which Form We Use With Did?

Which form we use with didn t?

The verb which comes after the auxiliary verb – “did”, always will be the base form (that called “infinitive” form, meaning without any inflection to the past tense).

Therefore: I didn’t go to the party.

I didn’t meet him..

Did you give or gave?

The past tense of give is gave. When you add what is necessary for the question or the negative, the base form of the verb is used. I gave her a present. I didn’t give her a present.

Why we use present tense after did?

“Did” + [present tense verb] can be used in a statement, but should only be used when you want to sound thoughtful: Highly active question.

Which tense to use after did?

‘Did’ is an auxiliary verb (or “helping verb”) that is followed by a main verb, which carries the real verb meaning. The auxiliary verb (did) is marked for past tense, but the main verb is not. It appears in its base form.

Did v1 or v2?

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