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    Question I'm not sure if they're right or not :)

    Hello everyone

    I hope you're well

    I've some questions which I'm not sure if they're grammatically right or not.. can you please have a look at them..


    1- What's the kind of laptop she bought?

    2- What days does he need the reservation?

    3- What kind of rooms does he prefer?

    4- Who would she like to see?

    5- Would she prefers a morning or an afternoon flight?



    thank you :)

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    Re: I'm not sure if they're right or not :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghadah. View Post
    Hello everyone

    I hope you're well

    I've some questions which I'm not sure if they're grammatically right or not.. can you please have a look at them..


    1- What's the kind of laptop she bought?

    2- What days does he need the reservation?

    3- What kind of rooms does he prefer?

    4- Who would she like to see?

    5- Would she prefers a morning or an afternoon flight?



    thank you :)
    1. What kind of laptop did she buy?

    2. For what days does he need the reservation? or What days does he need the reservation for?

    3. OK as is. Or "what kind of room does he prefer?" I don't know if he likes just one type of room or more than one.

    4. OK. Most English speakers would ask it this way. Some would insist on "Whom would she like to see?"

    5. "Prefer," not "prefers."

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    Re: I'm not sure if they're right or not :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Ghadah. View Post
    Hello everyone

    I hope you're well

    I've some questions which I'm not sure if they're grammatically right or not.. can you please have a look at them..


    1- What's the kind of laptop she bought? What kind of laptop did she buy?

    2- What days does he need the reservation? OK

    3- What kind of rooms does he prefer? OK

    4- Who would she like to see? OK

    5- Would she prefers a morning or an afternoon flight?



    thank you :)
    See above.

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    Re: I'm not sure if they're right or not :)

    Quote Originally Posted by SoothingDave View Post
    1. What kind of laptop did she buy?

    2. For what days does he need the reservation? or What days does he need the reservation for?

    3. OK as is. Or "what kind of room does he prefer?" I don't know if he likes just one type of room or more than one.

    4. OK. Most English speakers would ask it this way. Some would insist on "Whom would she like to see?"

    5. "Prefer," not "prefers."
    Quote Originally Posted by billmcd View Post
    See above.

    SoothingDave
    billmcd

    That's useful & helpful.
    Thank you so much
    Ghadah

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