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    Form negative interrogative of the simple present. Are these sentences correct?

    Could you say me if these sentences, written by me, are correct?

    - Aren't they at the church ?

    - Isn't he a doctor?

    - Aren't we the his best friends?

    - Isn't she an enginner?

    - Isn't it your dog?

    - Am I not a great friend?

    Please, if any sentence is incorrect, tell me.

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    Re: Form negative interrogative of the simple present. Are these sentences correct?

    When is your "Form negative interrogative" homework due?
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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