LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||28/MAR/2010 7:53 AM|
|Assunto:||Do em Questions|
In the standard English we learn at the school the right answer is:
1. How many cars do you have ? ( correct in your view, and you got it right!)
2. How many cars you have ? ( this is not correct in my view ).
Frankly speaking, I don´t have seen sentence #2 in books, mags, newspapers, etc.
But it might be used in informal situations (maybe more than we can think of), for example, in lyrics.
They usually don´t put this in grammar books, it can be found sometimes in book about conversation, etc. But, please don´t make an issue of it, it is the sort of thing that you can do without; believe it.
May I correct your thread a little bit? okay, let´s go:
"If I am wrong, please correct me and give me information where I find something about this grammar, but, if I am right, I thanks for your information."
If I am wrong, please correct me and give me information where I can find something about this grammar point. Thanks in advance.
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