Make sentences using the given words by adding words to the gaps where necessary.
Remove the auxilliary verb.
after auxilliary verbs, the main verb takes the present tense
(Infinitive without "to" and without conjugation).
Eg: Does she have a car? (Not: Does she has a car? )
We don't see auxilliary verbs after 'never' or most frequency adverbs.
The main verb here to wear is in the past form.
After an auxiliary verb the main verb takes the form of the bare infinitive.
Also notice that auxiliary verbs are not used after Frequency Adverbs
such as never.
They are commonly used in question forms and some statement forms use them for emphasis.
To give up phrasal verb = To quit or stop doing something that you do regularly. Here we need give Give (not give up)
It was so difficult that even John could not do it. (John is usually able to do most things)
He was the smallest boy in class, but even so, he was able to lift more than anyone else.
Without have. If we use have we need have eaten. have eat = have eaten. (remove)
even if / even. What is the difference between even and even if?
Refuse + infinitive with to = Refuse to work.
Refuse + personal pronoun. Eg: He refused them right of way.
The past perfect continuous uses been + -ing. The past perfect uses have/had + past participle.
He refused him. Is it ever possible to use both 'he' and 'him' in the same sentence to refer to the same person? You can say 'He did that himself. But here the word 'him' must be removed.