What is the difference between auxiliary and adverbs?
- VivianLv 54 weeks agoFavourite answer
The placement of adverbs with respect to the verb to have depends on whether to have is used as an auxiliary verb (part of a verb complex), or as a main verb (standing alone and meaning 'possess'). When it is an auxiliary, the adverb follows it; when it is a main verb, the adverb precedes it.
- Anonymous4 weeks ago
Auxiliaries help you form the verb, to give you the tense, mood or voice;
adverbs simply* qualify verbs (and anything that is not a noun).Source(s): * did you see what I did there?