The conjugation of the verb To Do / tʊ dʊ /
Note that the verb To DO can be used as both a main verb and an auxiliary verb,
sometimes together in the same sentence. For example: How do you do Mr. Smith?
To Do as a main verb means:
- To perform an action – for example: Have you done your homework?
- To take part in an activity – for example: I do yoga on Monday evenings.
- To perform a song, dance or play – for example: I’d like to do one of my own songs next.
To Do as an auxiliary verb is used:
- To form questions and negatives – for example: Do you want to learn English? Don’t you drive?
|Present||Past||Future||Simple||I do||I did||I will do|
|Continuous||I am doing||I was doing||I will be doing|
|Perfect||I have done||I had done||I will have done|
|Perfect Continuous||I have been doing||I had been doing||I will have been doing|
|Conditional||I would do||I would have done|
|Cond. Continuous||I would be doing||I would have been doing|
|Simple||I don’t||I didn’t||I won’t do|
|Continuous||I’m not doing||I wasn’t doing||I won’t be doing|
|Perfect||I haven’t done||I hadn’t done||I won’t have done|
|Perfect Continuous||I haven’t been doing||I hadn’t been doing||I won’t have been doing|
|Conditional||I wouldn’t do||I wouldn’t have done|
|Cond. Continuous||I wouldn’t be doing||I wouldn’t have been doing|