Junior J Rodriguez H
It doesn't matter or it don't matter? Which is better?
Sep 16, 2012 5:18 PM
Answers · 6
It doesn't matter It does not... You would not say "It do not matter.", so it's contracted form "It don't matter" is also wrong, grammatically. You will hear it in less formal spoken English at times, though.
September 16, 2012
'It doesn't matter' is correct.
September 24, 2012
it doesn't matter of course :) as I know, "he/she/it" are followed by "does/was/is" while "you/we/they" are followed by "are/do/were" and "I" is followed by "am/do/was" except in conditional if. In conditional if, "I" usually followed by "were" :D
September 18, 2012
fdmaxey is correct. It doesn't matter is always correct. When he says you may hear it in 'less formal' English he is being kind. If you say 'it don't matter' to anyone with an education you will look ignorant.
September 16, 2012
"do" is for I/you/we//they, while "does" is for he/she/it. so the correct one is it doesn't matter.
September 24, 2012
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