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is "must" a helping verb?
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Which of the following is not a helping verb? A. must B. can C. would D. be User: is must a helping verb?
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Which of the following sentences contains a verb in the future tense? A. Jean's daughter has begun to drive. B. By that time, he will have been gone for three days. C. They will take the dog to the park with them. D. She really should begin to pack.
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Which one of the following words is an irregular noun plural? A. Automobiles B. Animals C. Geese D. Houses
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