Principle objective of this lecture is to present on Use of Do Verbs. Use does with the pronouns he, she, and it, or whenever you mean only . one person or thing. Use do with the pronouns I, you, they and we, or whenever you mean more than one person or thing. It is also common to use do, does and did as auxiliary verbs (or helping verbs) together with another verb in its base form. This is used to create negative sentences, questions, or for adding emphasis.