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    Are these sentences correct?

    Did you know that Mr.Parker wish?

    What would happen if he cannot buy a new car?

    Did Mr.Parker wish he had enough credit card with the bank?

    Did Mrs.Parker know what her husband wish?

    Did Mr.Parker wish were a Rich man so that buy a expensive car?

    Did Mr.Parker wish were a bank clerk so that he get a loan to buy a car?

    Did Mr.Parker wish had a good bike?

    What did Mrs.Parker wish?

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    Re: If.2

    Did you know that Mr.Parker wish?

    What would happen if he cannot buy a new car? couldn't



    Did Mrs.Parker know what her husband wish?wished-had wished- husband 's wish

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    Re: If.2

    ***** I am not a teacher *****

    Quote Originally Posted by Bamdad View Post
    Did you know that Mr.Parker wish?
    This doesn't make much sense. Perhaps you mean "Did you know what Mr. Parker wished?" Or "Did you know what Mr. Parker wishes?
    What would happen if he cannot buy a new car?
    There is nothing wrong with that sentence.
    Did Mr.Parker wish he had enough credit card with the bank?
    Did Mr. Parker wish he had enough credit cards with the bank?

    However, it's unlikely that one credit card with a particular bank would be insufficient. Perhaps "Did Mr. Parker wish he had a credit card with the bank" would be better.
    Did Mrs.Parker know what her husband wish?
    Did Mrs. Parker know what her husband wished? Or, Did Mrs. Parker know what her husband wishes?
    Did Mr.Parker wish were a Rich man so that buy a expensive car?
    Did Mr. Parker wish he were a rich man so (that) he could buy an expensive car? I put "that" in parentheses because its use in this sentence construction is optional.
    Did Mr.Parker wish were a bank clerk so that he get a loan to buy a car?
    Did Mr. Parker wish he were a bank clerk so that he could get a loan to buy a car?
    Did Mr.Parker wish had a good bike?
    Did Mr. Parker wish he had a good bike?
    What did Mrs.Parker wish?
    That sentence is correct, except for the lack of a space after Mrs. (as is the case with Mr. and Mrs. throughout).

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