- For Teachers
What do you came for? or what did you come for?
Is it possible to say "What do you came for?"
I have seen it in a lyric.
This song: Apocalyptica - Path
In that case songs are meaningless. :)
Where do you come from?
|--> I come from Tunisia.
Where did you come from?
|--> I came from the shop.
(Not a teacher)
The sentence isn't correct.
Either Apocalyptica (a band that I enjoy, thoroughly) got it wrong and never noticed, or they did it intentionally for a reason I don't know.
They definately do sing 'what do you came for?', and it is definately wrong. The first verb has tensing in verb phrases, as far as I'm aware.