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    Modal Do

    Hello,

    Daniel has to take his computer to the shop tomorrow.
    When has Daniel to take his computer to the shop?
    or
    When does Daniel have to take his computer to the shop?

    What is the correct question to ask?

    Thanks in advance for your help.

    Sambodia

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    Re: Modal Do

    Note that DO is frequently used as an auxiliary verb, but it is not a modal,

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    Re: Modal Do

    The structure of the first one might be archaic, but it's possible.

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    Re: Modal Do

    Thank you for your help!
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