You can use ‘to do’ in almost every English sentence to emphasize the main verb. The meaning of the main verb gets stronger or shows contrast by using ‘to do’. This grammatical structure is called the emphatic do. This is an exercise to see if you know how to form it.
There is a video available below the exercise to make sure you fully understand what this grammatical structure is about.
Emphatic do exercise
You can find the exercise below:
Emphatic Do Exercise 3
Complete the following sentences by using the emphatic do and the verb in brackets.
1.I (to like – present) beer.
2.We (to have – present) a dog.
3.She (to watch – present) TV sometimes.
4.They (to like – present) rice pudding.
5.I (to eat – past) a large pizza all by myself.
6.It (to escape – past) from its cage.
7.He (to use – present) his airpods a lot.
8.Yes, I (to break – past) my arm.
9.They (to listen – present) to the radio.
10.The teacher (to scream – past) at us.