YongJae Kim
What's the difference "what kinds of forest Canada has?"and"what kinds of forest does Canada have?" are they same? or not? plz let me help !! Thank you!!
May 3, 2016 11:54 AM
Answers · 13
You can use "What kind of Forest are there in Canada". It's easier.
May 3, 2016
What's the difference between "What kinds of forest Canada has?" and "What kinds of forest does Canada have?" Well, that's an easy question to answer - the first sentence is wrong and the second is right. I don't know who taught you to say "What kinds of forests Canada has?', but they need to take some elementary grammar lessons: The standard word order for questions is this: 1. Question word phrase ----> What kind of forests 2. Auxiliary or modal verb ---> does 3. Subject ----> Canada 4. Main verb ---> have 'What kind of forests does Canada have?' is the correct way to ask this question. I hope that helps.
May 3, 2016
Hi how are you? The right is "What kind of forests does Canada have". Sorry, but I don't know why rsrsrs I'm learning too.
May 3, 2016
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