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    Do you know sth

    Hello.

    Can I ask 'Do you know Will Smith's skype id' or 'Do you have\have you got Will Smith's skype id' is the only correct form?

    Thanks.

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    Re: Do you know sth

    Yes, it's fine.

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    Re: Do you know sth

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexAD View Post
    Hello.

    Can I ask 'Do you know Will Smith's Skype id ID?' or is 'Do you have\have you got Will Smith's Skype id ID?' is the only correct form?

    Thanks.
    See my amendments above. You need to capitalise Skype and ID. You need a question mark at the end of each version. I agree with Soothing Dave that they're both fine.

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