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    Post who are playing in the yar?

    Dear English teachers
    Is it correct to say who are playing in the yard?
    Thanks

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    Re: who are playing in the yar?

    Quote Originally Posted by mrbin View Post
    Dear English teachers
    Is it correct to say who are playing in the yard?
    Thanks
    "The children who are playing in the yard live next door" is fine. Is that what you mean?
    If you mean the question, "Who are playing in the yard?", no, it's not correct.
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    Re: who are playing in the yar?

    thanks alot

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    Re: who are playing in the yar?

    N.A.T.

    If you change the form of the verb you will get a correct question:
    "Who is playing in the yard?"

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