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    Are this sentences correct in English?
    "Do you like a Coke?"
    "I have lost my wallet yesterday."
    Thanks :)

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    Re: Question

    Quote Originally Posted by nikola2010 View Post
    Are this sentences correct in English?
    "Do you like [a] Coke?"
    "I [have] lost my wallet yesterday."
    Thanks :)


    You could ask 'Would you like a Coke?' The "would" makes Coke countable ('a [bottle/can/glass] of Coke')

    You could say either of these:

    • I lost my wallet yesterday.
    • 'I have lost my wallet.' [No 'yesterday']
      Then, when someone asks 'When?' You could say 'Yesterday'.


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