do in Hausa
Third person singular
- We sometimes use do in place of a different verb, such as when we do not know what an activity is, or we do not want to say it again:
- What is he doing?
- John does a lot at work.
- Mary eats more than John does.
- When you do something, you perform, complete or work on a task.
- A do refers to a hairstyle.
- She came to work with a new do.
- Correct actions. (almost always in plural and generally with "don'ts")
- Antonym: don'ts
- Willy will tell you all the dos and don'ts.