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    interrogative sentences

    What's that got to do with that?

    Why do most of your songs are written in Tagalog?
    (I think this is right because the subject songs is in plural form)

    Could a teacher teach me if these are right or wrong.

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    Re: interrogative sentences

    Quote Originally Posted by blue_jeans_vb View Post
    What's that got to do with that? This sentence is okay if it is clear what both "that"s refer to.

    Why do most of your songs are written in Tagalog?
    Why are most of your songs written in Tagalog?
    (I think this is right because the subject songs is in plural form)

    Could a teacher teach me if these are right or wrong.
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    Re: interrogative sentences

    Thanks for the clear explanation 2006

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