Do, does, did, don’t, doesn’t, didn’t? – A quiz

Do, does, did, don’t, doesn’t, didn’t. We change the form that ‘do’ takes, depending on the person and time that we want to talk about.


1.) The auxiliary verb ‘do’ helps normal verbs to form questions and negatives.
2.) In the Present Simple – I, you, we, and they use ‘do’ or ‘don’t’.
3.) In the Present Simple – he, she, and it use ‘does’ or ‘doesn’t’.
4.) In the Past Simple – All subjects use ‘did’ or didn’t.

Do you know when to use these different forms of the auxiliary verb ‘do’?

Try the quiz to find out!