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Last seen on: Universal Crossword – Nov 25 2021
Random information on the term “ITS”:
English auxiliary verbs are a small set of English verbs, which include the English modal verbs and a few others. Although definitions vary, as generally conceived an auxiliary lacks inherent semantic meaning but instead modifies the meaning of another verb it accompanies. In English, verb forms are often classed as auxiliary on the basis of certain grammatical properties, particularly as regards their syntax. They also participate in subject–auxiliary inversion and negation by the simple addition of not after them.
In English, the adjective auxiliary was “formerly applied to any formative or subordinate elements of language, e.g. prefixes, prepositions.” As applied to verbs, its conception was originally rather vague and varied significantly.
The first English grammar, Pamphlet for Grammar by William Bullokar, published in 1586, does not use the term “auxiliary”, but says,
All other verbs are called verbs-neuters-un-perfect because they require the infinitive mood of another verb to express their signification of meaning perfectly: and be these, may, can, might or mought, could, would, should, must, ought, and sometimes, will, that being a mere sign of the future tense. (orthography has been modernized): 351