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I'm sorry if this has been discussed before but my friends are currently arguing over, of all things, this sentence :

"I do want to upgrade my computer though, when does the new Pentiums come out?"

It is my contention that you can use either "do" OR "does" in the part of the sentence after the comma. Example :

When does the new Pentiums come out?
When do the new Pentiums come out?

Word 2000 does not come up with any grammar errors either way, can you help me out please?

Thanks in advance.
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I have a horrible feeling that yours is likely to be a minority view, Guest.
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GuestIt is my contention that you can use either "do" OR "does" in the part of the sentence after the comma.
No, only 'do'.
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