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“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
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“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya. 

“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya. 

“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya. 

“Anomalous Finites “

17 Ene
“Anomalous 
Are called sometimes : Auxiliary verbs, special finites or  modal auxiliaries .
First year students should be acquainted with the following :
Be, have , do , did, can, couldmust, shall, will
Second  year students should be acquainted with the following :
 should, would, may , might, ought to,
daren’t, needn’t, had better, would rather
 Have  conjugated without “ do “
 In American English  “have normally takes “ do “ for all its uses except Perfect tenses.
A)When meaning to  possessor ownan object or a characteristic.
e.g:
My mother hasn’t any car
A circle hasn’t any corners

“Anomalous — Have  “
Have  conjugated with “ do “
B) Causative    
e.g:
My mother didn’t have it mended
 We didn’t have the car washed 
Have  conjugated with “ do “
c) Meaning  to  “experience   
e.g:
My mother did have a good time last night
 We didn’t have trouble to find it.
Have to   conjugated without or  with “ do “ replacingMust
D) Meaning  to  “Must “   
e.g:
     Have you to study  hard?
    Do you have to study hard
I’m your Personal English Coach in Granollers, Barcelona.
You can follow me on :

See ya.