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    winston is offline Member
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    Post Please correct my English!

    How are your children? or How about your family? or How about your children? Please help me how I would ask, when I would like to ask about their children.

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    Default Re: Please correct my English!

    Quote Originally Posted by winston View Post
    How are your children? or How about your family? or How about your children? Please help me how I would ask, when I would like to ask about their children.
    "How are your children?" is good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhaisahab View Post
    "How are your children?" is good.
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