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  1. Junior Member
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    "Have and will" when its in questions

    I do the one Exercises about questions, I would like to know I do correct or not correct

    Write questions
    1. I'll be here tormorrow ( and you?). I answer ---> Will you be here tormorrow is correct or not
    2. I had a good holiday (and you?). I answer ---> Did you have a good holiday is correct or not

    and one question
    I got up early this morning? (time?) which one is appropriate between
    - what time are you get up?
    - what time do you get up ?
    Last edited by mooyong; 03-Jun-2010 at 09:47.

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    Re: "Have and will" when its in questions

    Quote Originally Posted by mooyong View Post
    I got up early this morning? (time?) which one is appropriate between
    - what time are you get up?
    - what time do you get up ?
    Your question needs to be in the Past Simple Tense because of the answer.

    When did you get up? I got up early this morning. I wouldn't use What time because there's no specific time in your answer.

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