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Hi guys,

Could you help me to correct following questions I have?

1) I can see Steve is playing football; I want him to show me where is the rest room is; which are the correct answer?

a)Hey Steve! Are u playing?

b)Hey Steve, you’re playing

c) which/what lights you can see ?

d) Which/what lights can you see?

Which are the correct answers?

a) Which type of TV do you have?

b) What type of TV do you have?
hich are the correct answers?

a) I just want to go through some tests?

b) I want to go through some tests?

Which are the correct answers?

a) I paid it already.

b) I’ve already paid.

c) I paid already

d) You already have a car?

Is written & spoken English both same or different?
Thanks

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Hi,

I realy don't understand clearly what you are asking about in this post.

1) I can see Steve is playing football; I want him to show me where is the rest room is; which are the correct answer?


a)Hey Steve! Are you playing? Why ask him this, since you can see that he is playing? And I thought you wanted to ask him about the rest room?

b)Hey Steve, you’re playing

c) which/what lights you can see ? Incorrect word order for a question.

d) Which/what lights can you see? Those lights.

Which are the correct answers? Are you asking about correct answers, or about correct questions? This comment apllies to most of what follows. Please explain what you want more clearly.


a) Which type of TV do you have? A Sony.

b) What type of TV do you have? A Sony.

Which are the correct answers?


a) I just want to go through some tests?

b) I want to go through some tests?

Which are the correct answers?


a) I paid it already.

b) I’ve already paid.

c) I paid already

d) You already have a car?



Is written & spoken English both same or different? Different.

Best wishes, Clive
hey:

what i am asking here is ; from the answers a)b)c) so on....which are the correct format of sentenses/asking question. for eg: last question from I paid it already, I've already paid...so on what is the correct format of saying those sentenses/questions , are they correct, thats what i am asking here. the first question from a)&b) which format is the correct format, if i can see what the person is doing or the person who i am talking to currently doing it, how can i ask it >>another eg: "hey, are u doing the exams" or just asking "youre doing the exams" OR " are you driving" or " you are driving" can i use both of the formats for asking question.

Thanks
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Hi guys,

I agree with GG too, but I usually agree with her after she posts, not before.

My wife is the only one I agree with before she speaks.

Clive
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