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The past tense form is from Middle English didde , dude , from Old English dyde , *diede , from Proto-Germanic *dedǭ / *dedē , from Proto-Indo-European *dʰédʰeh₁ti , an athematic e-reduplicated verb of the same root *dʰeh₁- .
blemish , deface , disfigure , mar , scar , spoil
You will see that we add DO at the beginning of the affirmative sentence to make it a question. We use Do when the subject is I , you , we or they.
When the subject is he , she or it , we add DOES at the beginning to make the affirmative sentence a question. Notice that the letter S at the end of the verb in the affirmative sentence (because it is in third person) disappears in the question. We will see the reason why below.
From Middle English don , from Old English dōn , from Proto-Germanic *dōną , from Proto-Indo-European *dʰeh₁- ( “ to put, place, do, make ” ).
From Old High German duo ( “ then ” ) , variant of do, dō . Compare German da , Dutch toen .
do m ( definite singular doen , indefinite plural doar , definite plural doane )
do n ( definite singular doet , indefinite plural do , definite plural doa )