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    Re: How to teach talking to New Yorkers

    Quote Originally Posted by cloa View Post
    Any particular movies do you have in mind?
    Do you have any particular movies in mind?

    Please use standard English constructions in your posts, cloa. As we have said before, more than once, learners will assume that the language used by a teacher of English is correct.
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    Re: How to teach talking to New Yorkers

    Of, if you want to start with "Are", you can say "Are there any particular movies you have in mind?"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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