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1) Do [Company name] smartphone need anti virus?
2) Does [Company name] smartphone need anti virus?
1 or 2 is correct? I think 2 is correct, but I saw people using 1 too?
Some titles I saw:
Do Apple products need anti virus software? discussions.apple.com/message/22253219#22253219
Do Samsung Galaxy S4 Phones Have a Security Hole? bazingacorp.com/do-samsung-galaxy-s4-phones-have-a-security-hole/
Do Samsung's Q1 Results Hint at Broader Smartphone Slowdown? streetinsider.com/Insiders+Blog/Do+Samsungs+Q1+Results+Hint+at+Broader+Smartphone+ Slowdown%3F+%28AAPL%29/8282261.html
Does Samsung want to be Google or Apple? infoworld.com/t/mobile-technology/does-samsung-want-be-google-or-apple-maybe-both-230724
Last edited by 5jj; 14-Jan-2014 at 13:41. Reason: highlighting increased
Those appear to be headlines, which is why the words are capitalized.
Is it wrong to capitalized common words (not sure the right name to call it) in title e.g. the, is, are, a
How to know what are common words?
It seems like "have" is not a common word in "Do Samsung Galaxy S4 Phones Have a Security Hole?"
Generally, do not capitalize prepositions or articles. Do capitalize nouns and verbs, including forms of the verb "to be."
I'm not a teacher, but I write for a living. Please don't ask me about 2nd conditionals, but I'm a safe bet for what reads well in (American) English.
Oh, from the title I thought this was going to be about the Br/Am differences around "Do Samsung have" and "Does Samsung have" but sadly, that's not the case.
Are these correct:
Does Samsung phone have
Do Samsung phone has
Does Samsung has the upper hand in this battle now source: insidermonkey.com/blog/apple-inc-aapl-1b-award-reduced-new-trial-v-samsung-ordered-77112/