Do is used with pronouns I, we, you, they, or any plural noun.
We use ‘do’ in the present tense.
We can use do -
- as the main verb
- to form a negative sentence
- ask a question
- to show the certainty of the description
Use of ‘Do’ as the Main Verb
We can use ‘do’ as the main verb in the sentence.
Construction of a sentence
We can use ‘do’ as the main verb after the subject.
The structure of this sentence is as follows;
- Subject (I/we/you/they/any plural number)+ do + other words.
We can also use ‘do’ as the main verb at the beginning of the sentence.
The formation is as follows;
- Do + other words
Let’s see how to use ‘do’ in the sentences with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- I do it carefully.
- Do it with concentration.
- We do as you tell.
- They do it in the morning.
- Do your best.
- Do me a favor, please.
- They do well in their exam.
- They do something for me.
- I do my homework in the evening.
- We do it according to our convenience.
- Do as she asks you to do.
- You can do well in this situation.
- I always do research on human behavior.
- I do office work from home now.
- We do our laundry on Saturday.
- You do nothing on Monday.
- They do their homework at night.
- Employees do their work well.
- Officers do office work in time.
- They do a good job.
- Do it once again.
- Do as you wish.
- We do our study after lunch.
- I do it on my own.
- They do it properly.
- We do well on stage.
- Do it on your own.
- Do as I do.
- I do my duty well.
- We do our best.
- Use of does as the main verb
- negative sentences
- Use of do as the main verb
- Use of do in the certainty of description