Helping-verb



noun
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noun

an informal term for an auxiliary verb, which combines with a main verb to help it express tense, mood, and voice
Examples

Common helping verbs are be, do, have, can, may, will, shall.

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  • Helpless

    [help-lis] /ˈhɛlp lɪs/ adjective 1. unable to oneself; weak or dependent: a helpless invalid. 2. deprived of strength or power; powerless; incapacitated: They were helpless with laughter. 3. affording no . /ˈhɛlplɪs/ adjective 1. unable to manage independently 2. made powerless or weak: they were helpless from so much giggling 3. without help adj. “unable […]

  • Helplessly

    [help-lis] /ˈhɛlp lɪs/ adjective 1. unable to oneself; weak or dependent: a helpless invalid. 2. deprived of strength or power; powerless; incapacitated: They were helpless with laughter. 3. affording no . /ˈhɛlplɪs/ adjective 1. unable to manage independently 2. made powerless or weak: they were helpless from so much giggling 3. without help adj. “unable […]



  • Helplessness

    [help-lis] /ˈhɛlp lɪs/ adjective 1. unable to oneself; weak or dependent: a helpless invalid. 2. deprived of strength or power; powerless; incapacitated: They were helpless with laughter. 3. affording no . /ˈhɛlplɪs/ adjective 1. unable to manage independently 2. made powerless or weak: they were helpless from so much giggling 3. without help adj. “unable […]

  • Helpline

    /ˈhɛlpˌlaɪn/ noun 1. a telephone line operated by a charitable organization for people in distress 2. a telephone line operated by a commercial organization to provide information



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