Uses of Dare,Used (to), Need Basic English Grammar Ielts Exams
1-The auxiliary dare (=be sufficiently valiant to), as unmistakable from the standard action word dare
(=challenge), doesn’t take – s as an outsider looking in solitary current state. It is by and large
utilized in negative and inquisitive sentences. At the point when conjugated without do, it is followed
by an infinitive without to; when conjugated with do, it takes an infinitive with or
• How might you venture to repudiate me?
• He challenged not do it.
• without to after it.
• He doesn’t set out address me.
• He dare not make such a stride.
2-The auxiliary used (to) communicates a suspended propensity.
I used to live there when I was a kid.
There used to be a house there.
Carefully, used (to) is an auxiliary action word. In casual English, in any case, ‘Did you
use to’ and ‘didn’t use to’ as a rule supplant ‘Used to’ and ‘Utilized not to’.
3-When conjugated with do, need has the standard structures needs, needed and is utilized with a
to-infinitive. It is normally utilized in negatives and questions; it now and then happens in the
confirmed moreover. Do you need to go now? J don’t need to meet him. One needs to be
(I) I needn’t have gotten it. (=It was a bit much for me to get it, yet I got it),
(ii) I didn’t need to get it. (=It was a bit much for me to get it and I didn’t get it.)
5-The auxiliary need, meaning need or commitment, can be conjugated with or
without do. At the point when conjugated without do, it has no – s and – ed shapes and is utilized with an
infinitive without to just in negative and inquisitive sentences and in sentences that
contain semi-negative words like ‘barely’ and ‘scarcely’.
He need not go. (= It isn’t nescessary for him to go)
I need scarcely take his assistance.
Need I keep in touch with him?
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