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    Default Kind of sport ?

    Dear Teacher,

    1) What kind of sport do you like ?
    2) What kind of food/dish do you like ?

    - Are these two sentences grammatically right ?

    1) What's been eating you lately ?

    - What does this sentence mean ?

    Thanks a lot.

    Best regards.

    Namsteven.

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    Default Re: Kind of sport ?

    You might want to use the plural 'kinds', as many people like different kinds of food- I like English, French, Italian, Japanese, Indian, etc.

    1) What's been eating you lately ?- worrying, troubling you

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