i am new to this forum.
I just hv a simple question. I just want to know when to use 'does' and when to use 'did' ?
If i am right does goes with present tense and did goes with past tense.


I didn't knew it.
I dosen't know it.

Am i right ?
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Both the destinations are still raw and rate of commercialization has been quiet slow. Charolette Lake in Matheran although does not offer the boating option but getting lazed around its shores could fill up the lacunae.

I have used does not, is it right or wrong, please reply.........

hitesh Chandna
'Does not' seems OK, but much of the rest of the text I do not understand.
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doesn't and not dosen't
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Hi I'm not a native speaker but studying the INVERSION in english I came across some unclear situations, at least that's how they are for me. Let me give you an example:

Out went the boy.
Out did the boy go.

Wich of them is the correct choice?

Pick the first one.

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hi tia! i'm joei, i am also a newbie here, anyway i just want to correct the examples.

I didn't know it.
I do not know it.

- "DIDN'T" is already a past tense so we don't have to use another past tense because it will become a redanduncy.
- "DO" or "DO NOT" are use for I, we, you, they, those.

i hope this simple guidance cam help you.
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Hi Joei,

You are a little bit late. Tia's question was posted more than eight years ago.