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English Grammar

English Grammar

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Ngữ pháp trong tiếng Anh
Grammar in use!Grammar in Conversational Language
Gởi: Sat Oct 09, 2004 9:58 am Tiêu đề: Grammar in use!  The grammar used in written language and the grammar usedin conversational language are often quite different.In fact, what's normal, common, and acceptable in spokenlanguage is often considered wrong in written language.For that reason, we'll take a look, in the next several Hints,at what some of these differences are.3. Information ("Wh-") QuestionsWritten EnglishIn written language, Information ("Wh-") questions haveseveral forms:BE: Questions about the SubjectWh-* + BE + other wordsWho is at the door?How many people are here?Which office is Mr. Smith's?BE: Questions about Information after the SubjectWh-* + BE + subject + other wordsWhere is Ahmed?When are your office hours?Why is Ricardo absent today?What is that man's name?Verbs with Auxiliaries: Questions about the SubjectWh-* + AUX + verb + other wordsWho can speak French?
 
How many people will be there?Which person might help us?Who has been absent 10 times?How many people have finished the test?Verbs with Auxiliaries: Questions aboutInformation After the SubjectWh-* + AUX + subject + verb + other wordsWhat languages can you speak?When will your parents arrive?Why have you been absent so often?What time should I arrive?How often has Ricardo been absent?Who(m) have you talked to about this problem?Verbs without Auxiliaries: Questions about the SubjectWh-* + verb + other wordsWho speaks French?How many people live here?Which professor teaches this class?Verbs without Auxiliaries: Questions aboutInformation After the SubjectWh-* + DO / DOES / DID + subject + verb + other wordsWhat languages do you speak?When did your parents arrive?Why do you miss class so often?What time does he expect to arrive?How often do you see Ricardo?Who(m) did you talk to about this problem? ______________________________________________ Conversational English
 
In everyday conversation, information ("Wh-") questions(especially those with BE, will, does, has, have, did, and had)often use contractions--contractions that are often heard inspeaking, but almost never used in writing.Examples: BEWhen's, Who's, Which's, Why's, Where's, What's, How'sWhen're, Who're, Which're, Why're, Where're, What're, How'reExamples: WillWhen'll, Who'll, Which'll, Why'll, Where'll, What'll, How'llHow many'll, How often'll, What time'llExamples: DoesWhen's, Who's, Which's, Why's, Where's, What's, How'sExamples: HasWhen's, Who's, Which's, Why's, Where's, What's, How'sExamples: HaveWhen've, Who(m)'ve, Which've, Why've, Where've, What've,How've, How many've, How often'veExamples: DidWhen'd, Who'd, Which'd, Why'd, Where'd, What'd,How'd, How many'd, How often'dExamples: HadWhen'd, Who'd, Which'd, Why'd, Where'd, What'd,How'd, How many'd, How often'dExamples: Complete Questions

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