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  1. M56
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    Re: "In how much time have you to do the homework?"

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    I wouldn't use it in formal language either. It simply sounds like too much - like clumsy, or awkward.

    I suppose the grammatical form itself could work in another sentence. I'm not prepared to think of an example just yet, however.
    OK. Thanks.

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    Re: "In how much time have you to do the homework?"

    Quote Originally Posted by M56
    OK. Thanks.

    Oh, think nothing of it.





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