Working togetherCategory: CorrectionEnglish tenses
Smelovsky asked 2 years ago

How “did work” differs from “worked”,

Ajau replied 2 years ago

Did not work is use for negative sentences and worked (v2)is use for affirmative sentence

Anasstassiyua replied 2 years ago

When you want to pay someone’s attention and talk with emotions then you use DID do, but when you are just speaking then did) If you have some more questions, you can connect me)

Anasstassiyua replied 2 years ago

When you want to pay someone’s attention and talk with emotions then you use DID do, but when you are just speaking then did) If you have some more questions, you can connect me)

1 Answers
pertymagic answered 2 years ago

In “did work” the ‘work’ is actually not a verb but a noun so you are referring to a ‘thing’ or ‘idea’ and in “worked” it is past tense for ‘to work’ and is a verb so it is not referring to a specific thing or idea.
 

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