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Question 1 :

Which sentence is correct ?

A. does he has a car ?
B. does he have a car ?


What I've learned is he/she/it always use has behind Subject.

So I think Does he has a car should be a grammatical sentence.

By the way, Other websites use Does he have a car but I think it's not right.

Please clear me up.

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Question 2 :

This is another sentence that I'm quite unclear. < - - - - ( Is I'm quite unclear correct ? ) ^_^

Here's the question...

( Imagine, you are looking at a beggar and then you remind yourself ..... )

A. I wasn't born to be like that ?
B. I wasn't born like that ?


Is either correct ?

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Thank you for your help. Emotion: it wasnt me

Ps. I'm a beginner who use many simple words and try to write it grammatically. Nevertheless, must be something incorrect there.
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Hello, Nor - and welcome to English Forums.

Which sentence is correct ? -- Does he have a car?

What I've learned is he/she/it always use has behind Subject. So I think Does he has a car should be a grammatical sentence.-- No. The '-s' is attached to 'does' in questions. 'Have' does not change: Do you have a car? Does he have a car? Did he have a car?

By the way, Other websites use Does he have a car but I think it's not right.-- The other websites were perfectly correct.

This is another sentence that I'm quite unclear about.

A. I wasn't born to be like that.
B. I wasn't born like that.

Is either correct ?-- Both can be correct in appropriate context.
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Which is correct -

The car has four wheels

or

The car have four wheels

The car has four wheels.

the car has four wheels .


as i learned that whenever you use ( Do , does , did ) the verb should go back to the original word for instance :


he has a car .

but when you use ( Do , does , did ) , the sentence will be < does he have a car ?

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anonymoushe has a car . but when you use ( Do , does , did ) , the sentence will be < does he have a car ?

Yes. Only ONE 's'

He has a car.

He doesn't have a car.

Does he have a car?


Also only ONE 's'—

The boy has a car.

The boys have a car.