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What's the diffrence between "Is it red?" and "It is red?" ?
Apr 13, 2008 3:00 AM
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'It is red' is a true statement, a fact. If you add a questionmark (?) it makes it the same as a question. 'Is it red' is a question. Hope that helps!
April 13, 2008
Is it red? is a question ,interrogative form , to ask a bout the colour of something , because you probably don't know it "It is red" is more of an affirmative form , it is to confirm that something is red .It is not a question!
April 13, 2008
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