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Can someone frame appropriate questions for these sentences which are gramatically correct. I will be very thankful to him. I need them as part of my assignments for my distance learning program. I am not a native English speaker so I am bit confused.
(1) That's right, glad to meet you.
(2) Yes, thanks, I had a very good journey.
(3) I'd like to see Mr. Satish, if he is in the office.
(4) On my last visit I spoke to Ms. Poonam.
(5) It was Mr. Manish who recommended this restaurant to me.
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Hi,

Can you perhaps take a try at a few of these, first?

Clive
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Actually I have thought these but I am not impressed by them.so wants better ones.
Aren’t we meeting after a long time?
I hope you had a comfortable journey?
Whom do you want to see?
Did you speak to Ms. Poonam in a while?
How did you come to know of this restaurant?
Hi,

Can someone frame appropriate questions for these sentences which are gramatically correct. I will be very thankful to him. I need them as part of my assignments for my distance learning program. I am not a native English speaker so I am bit confused.

(1) That's right, glad to meet you.

(2) Yes, thanks, I had a very good journey.

(3) I'd like to see Mr. Satish, if he is in the office.

(4) On my last visit I spoke to Ms. Poonam.

(5) It was Mr. Manish who recommended this restaurant to me.

I've tried to make these questions realistic. In the real world, our answer does not usually repeat a lot of the words in the question. That only happens in English exercise books.

1. My name's Tom. Are you Mary?

2. Did everything go well yesterday?

3. Can I help you?

4. Have you talked to anyone here before?

5. Did Mr. Smith tell you about this place?

Clive
Thanks Clive
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