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    who in your family?

    Who in your family has a dog?
    Who has a dog in your family? Is this second question also right? If so, which is more natural? Personally, I think it sounds strange....
    Last edited by beachboy; 04-Sep-2008 at 18:02. Reason: lack of attention

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    Re: who in your family?

    It's OK. If I knew that only one person had a dog, I would probably use the first.

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