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Hi

Are both of the following sentences (questions) OK in everyday spoken English?

She has children?
She have children?

Or

She cries often?
She cry often?

Thanks,

Tom 
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Yes, in very quick and casual English conversation.

Clive
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Mr. TomShe have children?
Mr. TomShe cry often?
Well, I suppose that these are abbreviated versions of:

Does she have children?
Does she cry often?
Thanks, Clive!

Would you say that you can use either of the following in quick English conversation? And both are equally natural?

You went there yesterday?
You go there yesterday?

Tom
Yes.

You went there yesterday? Sounds a bit like you already know I went, but are seeking confirmation.
You go there yesterday? Sounds like you really don't know whether I went.

Clive
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