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    Question Does have/has?

    Hi guys,

    Please help. Which among the two sentences is correct?

    1. Does she has a dog?

    2. Does she have a dog?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hlbert03 View Post
    Hi guys,

    Please help. Which among the two sentences is correct?

    1. Does she has a dog?

    2. Does she have a dog?

    Thanks in advance.
    2 is correct

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    Default Re: Does have/has?

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    "2. Does she have a dog?" is the correct sentence of the two.
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    Additional note:
    You shouldn't use "among" when referring to only two things. The word "among" is used when there are three or more things. ;)

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    Thanks for the help. Also, thanks Philly for correcting my english.

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    By the way. Does this mean that whenever I use "does", I must use "have" and not "has"?

    Thanks again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hlbert03 View Post
    By the way. Does this mean that whenever I use "does", I must use "have" and not "has"?

    Thanks again.
    You've got it

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philly View Post
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    "2. Does she have a dog?" is the correct sentence of the two.
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    Additional note:
    You shouldn't use "among" when referring to only two things. The word "among" is used when there are three or more things. ;)

    In the sentence I provided that was corrected by Philly. What should be the correct word to replace "among"? Should it be "on"?

    Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hlbert03 View Post
    In the sentence I provided that was corrected by Philly. What should be the correct word to replace "among"? Should it be "on"?

    Thanks in advance.
    I would say: Which of these two sentences is correct?

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    Does this mean "on" is not applicable to use in that sentence? Or, can be used but not a good choice to use.

    Please advise. Thanks.

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    Default Re: Does have/has?



    she has a dog.
    she does not have a dog.
    does she have a dog?


    among= when there are three or more.
    between= when there are two.


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