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    #1

    Exclamation Meaning

    hi all,


    what are the differences between those two sentences?


    1-1what time will you go back home?
    2-2what time you go back home?
    thanKs.

    Warmest Regards,


    -kahhong

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    #2

    Re: Meaning

    The first is grammatically correct. The second lacks an auxiliary or modal verb to make it a complete question, but is a form people use colloquially. However, it would be marked wrong in a test and would not be acceptable in formal langauge.

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