Element FORM/USE: AUXILIARY 'DO', FOR EMPHASIS
SuperCat CLAUSES
SubCat declarative
Lexical Range N/A
Level B1
Cando Can use the auxiliary verb 'do' in an affirmative declarative clause, for emphasis and affirmation.
Corrected Learner Example Yes, I do have a favorite restaurant. (Mexico; B1 THRESHOLD; 2005; Spanish - Latin American; Pass)

I do miss you. (Syria; B1 THRESHOLD; 2002; Arabic - Levant; Pass)

I do apologise for the change but I can't be there on the 28th of June. (Italy; B1 THRESHOLD; 2003; Italian; Pass)

After all, you did say that you wanted go somewhere with your friends. (Turkey; B1 THRESHOLD; 2008; Turkish; Pass)
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