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ahundered
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a couple of questions

Post by ahundered » Thu Nov 14, 2013 3:53 pm

Could you guys help me , please!

..

Is it better to say " what kind of color do you want ? "

or " what color do you want ? "

because I had it on my exam and both are right !!


also:

while ... diner , he heard gunshot.

is it better to say

while he was having

or

while he's having

also:

when he was young,bob .. read

should we use:

didn't used to

or

didn't use to

..

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Joe
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Re: a couple of questions

Post by Joe » Sat Nov 16, 2013 8:58 am

What kind of color do you want?
and
What color do you want?
are two different questions.

What kind of color do you want?
I want a bright, vivid color that feels happy.

and
What color do you want?
I want yellow.


While he was having dinner he heard gunshot.

When he was young, Bob didn't use to read.
see: http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verb ... -to-do.htm

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Re: a couple of questions

Post by writing » Tue May 13, 2014 4:40 pm

Correct!
Josef wrote:What kind of color do you want?
and
What color do you want?
are two different questions.

What kind of color do you want?
I want a bright, vivid color that feels happy.

and
What color do you want?
I want yellow.

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