Does is used to form a negative sentence with another verb.
Construction of a negative sentence using ‘does’
The structure of the negative sentence using ‘does’ is as follows;
- Subject (he/she/it/ any third person, singular number) + doesn’t + base form of main verb + other words.
Let’s see how to use ‘does’ in the negative sentences with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- She doesn’t go to the office by train.
- He doesn’t come on time.
- Chetan doesn’t agree to pay too much for the mobile.
- It doesn’t play with the ball.
- She doesn’t like pizza.
- Peacock doesn’t dance in the summer.
- She doesn’t write fiction.
- Kartik doesn’t travel frequently.
- Saumya doesn’t read a book in her room.
- He doesn’t watch TV serials.
- She doesn’t accept her mistake at all.
- Goli doesn’t speak freely on this topic.
- He doesn’t recite the words.
- She doesn’t remember her past life.
- The rat doesn’t have a bushy tail.
- He doesn’t forget that incident.
- The player doesn’t play on the muddy ground.
- She doesn’t think about her future.
- Her mother doesn’t rest in the afternoon.
- He doesn’t quarrel with his brother.
- The teacher doesn’t teach to follow others unthinkingly.
- She doesn’t respect him.
- He doesn’t study to earn qualifications.
- She doesn’t deliver a soliloquy on stage.
- Bobby doesn’t ask a question to anybody.
- Parth doesn’t give his belongings to others.
- She doesn’t follow her on Facebook.
- He doesn’t sing songs in front of the audience.
- She doesn’t cook for her family.
- His brother doesn’t explain the lessons of science.
- Use of do in the certainty of description
- Use of does as the main verb
- in negative sentences
- use of does in the certainty of description