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    #1

    What brand is your new car?

    How can I ask about the type of car?
    model? brand?
    What model is your car?
    What about if I want to know about its facilities?
    It has got four doors....?

    Thank you in advance

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    #2

    Re: What brand is your new car?

    Quote Originally Posted by ratóncolorao View Post
    How can I ask about the type of car?
    model? brand?
    What model is your car?
    What about if I want to know about its facilities?
    It has got four doors....?

    Thank you in advance
    Usually we say: "What make is your car?"

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    Re: What brand is your new car?

    what is the difference between model and make?

    thanks

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    #4

    Re: What brand is your new car?

    Quote Originally Posted by ratóncolorao View Post
    what is the difference between model and make?

    thanks
    For example, the make of my car is Citroen, the model is a Saxo deisel.


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    Re: What brand is your new car?

    Questions start with has it as in "has it got four doors?". It has four doors is a statement. You can ask about a car's performance, performance relates to speed and acceleration or ask "What is its top speed?" You can ask a car's specification (often shortened to spec) which is asking about its Amenities, which isnt the right word but you would be understood. You can ask about its engine size, and configuration ( V8 etc.) All English cars should have documents, A log book (proof of ownership), and M.O.T. (proof of road worthiness) You can ask about a cars handling ( how easy it is to steer) people talk of light and heavy steering.

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