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does which tense

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"Does" is the present tense form of the verb "to do.

Example:- He does not go to to school today.
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Does is a present verb. It is the present form of verb to be and we use it as an auxiliary verb with singular subject or nouns and we can also use it to form a question.


Does John have a new mobile?

Does Injy speak Chinese?

He does his homework early.

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