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    "How does she goes to school?"

    Hi teacher!
    Could you tell me pls: is there any case in which we can use structure like "How does she goes to school?" ?
    Best regards!

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    Re: "How does she goes to school?"

    No, It should be "How does she go to school?" or "How does she get to school?"

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    Re: "How does she goes to school?"

    ***** NOT A TEACHER *****


    Hello, Butdeptrai:


    May I respectfully remind you that you will never make that mistake again if you simply memorize an easy rule:

    After do, does, and did, one always uses the so-called base form (the infinitive without "to"):

    Where does Raul work?
    Why did Mona cry?


    James

    P.S. For analysis ONLY (do not speak like this): "She does go to school how?"

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