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Do you want pizza? Change into negative interrogative sentence plzz
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eg Don't you want pizza?

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She drinks chocolate for breakfast
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You need ending punctuation.

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Hey thanks I was in a great problem....

I am not working in a school.

Am n't I working in a school?

Is it correct?

apple bee 678Is it correct?

No. There is a special rule for "I am not".

Though you can contract "I am" to "I'm" > I'm not ....,
"am not" has no contraction after "I". > I am not .... ( I amn't)
It becomes "aren't" before "I". > Aren't I ...? (Amn't I)

Aren't I working in a school?

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pcgasparettoGuys, I always thought the word "not" would always follow the auxiliary verb, even in interrogative sentences, just like that:
- Is not he your friend?
- Do not you like pizza?
- Have not you been to the party?
- Will not you come alone?
- Could not you go by taxi?
Then, I came to know (and this is what I want to know) that the word "not" follows the auxiliary verb only when it's contracted, just like that:
- Isn't he your friend?
- Don't you like pizza?
- Haven't you been to the party?
- Won't you come alone?
- Couldn't you go by taxi?
If it's not contracted, it must come after the subject, so the correct would be just like that:
- Is he not your friend?
- Do you not like pizza?
- Have you not been to the party?
- Will you not come alone?
- Could you not go by taxi?
Please... Is that truuuuueee??? OMG! (lol)
Thanks for your attention.

PC Thanks for your suggestion.you are so great for me



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