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Lesson 6 - Eating and Drinking
What is it?

Auxillary verbs or 'helping' verbs are little verbs, which put together with other verbs, form new verb tenses.

Auxillaries are especially used for forming the Present Perfect and Past Perfect.

Below is a list of common auxillary verbs in Danish:

InfinitiveEnglishPresentEnglishPastEnglish
at have
to have
har
has
havde
had
at være
to be
er
is
var
was
at blive
to become
bliver
becomes
blev
became
at få
to get
får
gets
fik
got
Present PerfectEnglishPast PerfectEnglishImperativEnglish
har haft
has had
havde haft
had had
hav
have
har været
has been
havde været
had been
vær
be
er blevet
has become
var blevet
had become
bliv
become
har fået
has gotten
havde fået
had gotten
get