Student or Learner
"How do you like it(like food, city etc)"?
"How did you like it(like food, city etc)"?
"How do you find my country(does it mean what do you feel about my country)"?
"How did you find my country"?
Please check these sentences.
"How did you like it?" is past tense, and we are talking about something that has already happened -- food that has been eaten, a city that has been visited, etc.
"How do you find my country?" is a way of saying "How do you like it here?"
Is "How did you find my country?" something somebody really said? In any case, I don't see how you can take it literally.
Okay, if something is currently happening like somebody is eating food or wandering in a city or currently indulge in an activity so we can ask him " how do you like it(like city, food or any other thing)?" or if we have just had discussion regarding anything(like a city) then also we can say "how do you like it?"
But if anything has already happened like somebody has already been to New York then we can say "how did you like it?"
Did I get it right?
Last edited by Rover_KE; 01-Mar-2016 at 15:03.
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You've been telling tufguy the same thing for years, ems. You have the patience of a saint.
Let's hope you get a 'Thank' when he's next online and no longer in moderation on a trial basis.