2 Answered Questions for the topic do support


What is the origin of auxiliary verbs?

When and why did we start using auxiliary verbs, particularly *"do"*, to ask questions and make negatives?


What's the negation of "I used to be"? Surely not "I didn't used to be"?

What is the negative form of *"I used to be"*? I often hear *"I didn't used to be"* but that sounds awfully wrong in my ears.

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