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    interrogative form?

    Isn't do or does used if the question was given in interrogative form and without modal indicated? e.g : ________ the girls _________(practice) netball every Sunday?

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    Re: interrogative form?

    You could use do there. However, you can use have and be in questions as well.

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    Re: interrogative form?

    In BE, we would spell the verb 'practise'.

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    Re: interrogative form?

    thanks.

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    Re: interrogative form?

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