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    Grammar question

    Hi, I am new comer for this subject and I would like to test how it's working , so please correct this sentence-

    1) How old are your son. ?
    2) How old is your son. ?

    What is the correct sentence or both are wrong. Thank you.

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    Re: Grammar question

    How old is your son?

    "Is" because "son" is singular. And you don't need the period (full stop) to end a sentence if it ends with a ? or !

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