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    Hello
    I have so many problem in grammar and I don't know what to do
    So, I want to improve my English grammar at first, Could you help me?

    How many people were there at the bank?

    Did the bank robber have a gun?

    Did the bank robber have a knife too?

    How old was the witness?

    How old was the detector?

    How old was the bank robber?

    Did the witness answer for all detector questions?

    What did the witness doing when the bank robber come to the bank?

    Was anythings else that Mr.Benson had not say to the detective?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bamdad View Post

    How many people were there at the bank?
    Did the bank robber have a gun?
    Did the bank robber have a knife too?
    How old was the witness?
    How old was the detector? ?. detective?
    How old was the bank robber?
    Did the witness answer for all the detectorive's questions?
    What didwas the witness doing when the bank robber coame into the bank?
    OR: What did the witness do when the bank robber came into the bank?
    Was there anythings else that Mr.Benson had did not say to the detective?
    I'd probably use 'tell' rather than 'say to'.
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    Bamdad, please give your threads more meaningful titles. We don't charge by the word.

    A great, eye-catching title for this thread would have been The bank robber.

    Rover

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    Bamdad, please give your threads more meaningful titles. We don't charge by the word.

    A great, eye-catching title for this thread would have been The bank robber.

    Rover

    OK,
    Anyway, thank you very much indeed

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