How to Use Do in a Sentence as the Main Verb

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Do is used with the pronouns I, we, you, they, or any plural noun.

We use ‘do’ in the present tense.

We can use do-

  1. as the main verb
  2. to form a negative sentence
  3. ask a question
  4. 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 + full stop (.)

We can also use ‘do’ as the main verb at the beginning of the sentence.

The formation is as follows:

  • Do + other words + full stop (.).


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-

  1. I do it carefully.
  2. Do it with concentration.
  3. We do as you tell.
  4. They do it in the morning.
  5. Do your best.
  6. Do me a favor, please.
  7. They do well in their exam.
  8. They do something for me.
  9. I do my homework in the evening.
  10. We do it according to our convenience.
  11. Do as she asks you to do.
  12. You can do well in this situation.
  13. I always do research on human behavior.
  14. I do office work from home now.
  15. We do our laundry on Saturday.
  16. You do nothing on Monday.
  17. They do their homework at night.
  18. Employees do their work well.
  19. Officers do office work in time.
  20. They do a good job.
  21. Do it once again.
  22. Do as you wish.
  23. We do our study after lunch.
  24. I do it on my own.
  25. They do it properly.
  26. We do well on stage.
  27. Do it on your own.
  28. Do as I do.
  29. I do my duty well.
  30. We do our best.

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of does as the main verb
  2.               negative sentences
  3. Use of do as the main verb
  4.             Use of do in the certainty of description
  5.               questions

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