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Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 1

Which sentence correctly uses the auxiliary verb "ought"?

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The correct use of the auxiliary verb "ought" is in the form of "ought to have + past participle", which is used to indicate something that should have happened in the past.

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 2

Identify the incorrect sentence in terms of auxiliary verbs:

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The correct form of the verb "have" in this context is "has" or "has got", depending on the sentence structure.

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 3

Choose the correct sentence with the auxiliary verb "may":

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The auxiliary verb "may" is used to express possibility, and it is commonly used with the past participle form of the main verb to form the perfect tense.

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 4

Identify the sentence with the correct use of the auxiliary verb "shall":

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The auxiliary verb "shall" is used to express the future tense in the first person (I, we).

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 5

Which sentence is correct in terms of the use of the auxiliary verb "need"?

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The correct use of the auxiliary verb "need" is in the form of "need + to + verb" or "need + past participle".

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 6

Which of the following sentences contains an incorrect use of the auxiliary verb "be" in the passive voice?

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 The correct form of the passive voice with the auxiliary verb "be" is "was broken in the accident".

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 7

Which of the following sentences contains an incorrect use of the auxiliary verb "do" in the interrogative form?

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 The correct form is "Does she have a car?" The auxiliary verb "do" is used in the interrogative form to ask a question in the present tense.

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 8

Which of the following is the correct form of the auxiliary verb "have" in the present perfect continuous tense?

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The present perfect continuous tense is formed using "have been" + present participle (-ing). Example: "I have been studying for six hours."

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 9

Which of the following sentences uses the correct form of the auxiliary verb "can"?

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The correct form of "can" is "can" + base form of the verb. The correct sentence is: "She can speak three languages fluently."

Test: Type III (Auxiliary Verbs) - Question 10

In the following sentence, which of the underlined words is an auxiliary verb?
"I have been studying for my exam all week."

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The verb "have" is used as an auxiliary verb to form the present perfect continuous tense with the main verb "studying."

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