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Hi, Are these correct forms of a question?

How did you come to this place, by bus, car, bike?
How did you come to this place, by bus, car, bike, etc.?
Which one do you like: apple or pineapples?
Which one do you like, apple or pineapples?
Do you have any special concern like your housing?
Do you have any special concern like your relationship with your school friends?
Would you like any of these dates: Feb. 14, Sept. 23, and Dec. 6?
Would you please answer these questions -- if you feel like answer them?
Would you please answer these questions -- if you feel good about answering them?
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Hi,
Are these correct forms of a question?

How did you come to this place, by bus, car, bike?
How did you come to this place, by bus, car, bike, etc.?
Which one do you like: apple or pineapples?
Which one do you like, apple or pineapples?
Do you have any special concern like your housing?
Do you have any special concern like your relationship with your school friends?
Would you like any of these dates: Feb. 14, Sept. 23, and Dec. 6?
Would you please answer these questions -- if you feel like answer them?
Would you please answer these questions -- if you feel good about answering them?

You have quite a lot of grammar errors here. I will correct them, and also make your questions sound more natural.

Did you get here by bus, by car or on a bike?
How did you get here?
Which do you like, apples or pineapples?
Which do you like, apple or pineapple?
Do you have any special concerns, like your housing?
Do you have any special concerns, like your relationship with your school friends?
Please tell me if any of these dates suit you: Feb. 14, Sept. 23, and Dec. 6.
Would you please answer these questions, if you feel like it?
Would you please answer these questions, if you feel good about it?

Best wishes, Clive
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Thank you for taking time to answer my questions.
Hi, from your correction, I gather you are against mixing the countable form of a word with the uncountable form of a word. Am I on the right track?

Which one do you like: apple or pineapples?
Hi, Why did you use a plural after the word 'any' in this question? I think we can use either a plural noun or singular noun in question or regular sentence form.

Your correction of my sentence:

Do you have any special concerns, like your housing?

Can it be this?

Do you have any special concern, like hour housing?
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Hi,
Why did you use a plural after the word 'any' in this question? I think we can use either a plural noun or singular noun in question or regular sentence form.

Your correction of my sentence:

Do you have any special concerns, like your housing?

Can it be this?

Do you have any special concern, like your housing?

I usually hear the plural in such questions. Possibly it's because the singular suggests that the questioner tends to think you have only one concern. THe plural, on the other hand, suggests you can mention all your concerns.

Clive