Auxiliary (definition)

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An auxiliary verb is a verb used in addition to the lexical verb to describe mood, aspect and voice. Examples of auxiliary verbs in English include do, be and has (e.g. he has gone).

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  • Crystal,David. 2008. A Dictionary of Linguistics and Phonetics Sixth Edition. Blackwell Publishing Ltd.