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    Question Question...

    Do you know how important your attendance is to Jak?
    Do you know how important is your attendance to Jak?


    Can anyone tell me which one of the above sentences is correct?
    Should I place "is" after important or after attendance?
    Thanks for giving any suggestion.

    Should I rewrite something like "Do you know how important your making effort to come is to Jak?"
    Last edited by piggy386; 19-Nov-2004 at 16:30.

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    Re: Question...




    Statement: You know how important your attendance is to Jak.
    Question: Do you know how important your attendance is to Jak?

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