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    Question "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    Hi,

    1). Does it need to do?
    2). Is it need to do?

    Which is right? Or both are right??

    Please help, thanks.

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    Re: "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    Quote Originally Posted by fenglish View Post
    Hi,

    1). Does it need to do?
    2). Is it need to do?

    Which is right? Or both are right??

    Please help, thanks.
    Both are wrong. What are you trying to say?
    Are you sure your native language is English?

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    Re: "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    Both are wrong. What are you trying to say?
    Are you sure your native language is English?
    I choose English as native, because I want to thinking and writing all in English.
    Please help to answer Why both are wrong??

    From google:
    1). http://www.google.co.uk/search?newwi....0.5lpEcOW9nRs

    2). http://www.google.co.uk/search?newwi....0.gyj90JVreWg

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    Re: "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    Quote Originally Posted by fenglish View Post
    I choose English as native, because I want to thinking and writing all in English.
    Please help to answer Why both are wrong??
    You can think and write in English as much as you like, but it will not make you a native speaker.

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    Re: "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    If you wish us to help you, fenglish, please be honest with us - give correct information in your profile.

    Telling us that you are located over 9,00 kilometres from where you actually are is, unfortunately, what many spammers do, and gives us cause for concern. If we know your native language we may be better able to help you with your mistakes.

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    Re: "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    Quote Originally Posted by Raymott View Post
    You can think and write in English as much as you like, but it will not make you a native speaker.
    Can you help to answer Why both are wrong??

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    Re: "Does it need to do" OR "Is it need to do"??

    Quote Originally Posted by fenglish View Post
    Can you help to answer Why both are wrong??
    Not so long as you give us incorrect information.

    Thread closed for the present.

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