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When we use Are/Is and Do/Does in question form
I have a small question about questions.
When we use Are/Is and Do/Does?
Are you ready? ( to be )
Do you ready? ( present simple )
Are you here?
Do you here?
What is different between these parts of questions?
Re: When we use Are/Is and Do/Does in question form
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Originally Posted by dogidog
Last edited by bhaisahab; 08-Aug-2013 at 19:51.
Reason: Correct typo.
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