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    when to use "is''

    Can you use "is'' to make up the following sentence?

    is that answered your question?

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    Re: when to use "is''

    Quote Originally Posted by marisimo View Post
    Can you use "is'' to make up the following sentence?

    is that answered your question?
    No, it's Has that answered your question?
    Did that answer your question?

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