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    Question [What and How]Is it right?

    These have two sentence,is they correct and same meaning?

    What age of your children?
    How age of your children?

    Thank you.

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyWong View Post
    These have two sentence,is they correct and same meaning?

    What age of your children?
    How age of your children?

    Thank you.
    (not a professional teacher)Neither one is correct. It would be better to use something like this:

    What are the ages of your children?
    What ages are your children?
    How old are your children?

    I think the last one is the simplest.

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

    So no ones are correct?
    But are their grammars correct?

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyWong View Post
    These have two sentence,is they correct and same meaning?

    What age of your children?
    How age of your children?

    Thank you.
    I think they are not correct, both of them. There are no verbs in the sentences.

    What's the age of the boy? 's is an aspect of the verb to be
    How old your children are? are is an aspect of the verb to be
    Last edited by e2e4; 23-Jul-2008 at 17:47.

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

    Quote Originally Posted by HockeyWong View Post
    So no ones are correct?
    But are their grammars correct?
    I agree with the other posters: both sentences are ungrammatical.
    What age of your children?
    How age of your children?

    What are your children's ages?
    How old are your children?
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    Here are two sentences. Are they correct and do they have the same meaning?

    So not one is correct?
    But is the grammar correct?

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    I agree with the other posters: both sentences are ungrammatical.
    What age of your children?
    How age of your children?

    What are your children's ages?
    How old are your children?
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    Here are two sentences. Are they correct and do they have the same meaning?

    So not one is correct?
    But is the grammar correct?
    Very thanks for correcting my sentences.
    But also have somewhere don't understand.Hope you can help.Thanks.
    Can I write for this way:
    1.There are two sentences.Are they correct and have same meaning?
    2.So no one is correct?
    Thanks

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

    HockeyWong, you're most welcome for the help.

    1. There are two sentences. Are they correct and have same meaning?
    => There are two sentences below. Are they correct and do they have the same meaning?

    2. So no one is correct?
    => So not one is correct?


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    • Thanks very much for correcting my sentences.
    • But there is one more thing I don't understand.
    • Can I write these this way:

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    Re: [What and How]Is it right?

    Quote Originally Posted by Soup View Post
    HockeyWong, you're most welcome for the help.

    1. There are two sentences. Are they correct and have same meaning?
    => There are two sentences below. Are they correct and do they have the same meaning?

    2. So no one is correct?
    => So not one is correct?


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    • Thanks very much for correcting my sentences.
    • But there is one more thing I don't understand.
    • Can I write these this way:
    Thanks again.
    If you don't mind can I get one more request that would you please write the reason of the corrections.So I can understand why should writes in this way.

    I have some questions about the sentences above of me again.
    1.There are two sentences below.(Why here need to add the word 'below' in it.)
    2.Are they correct and do they have the same meaning?(Why need to add the words 'do they' into.)
    3.So not one is correct?(Why the word 'not' not chage into 'no'.)
    4.Can I write these in this way?(Is this sentence correct?)
    Thanks very much.

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