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Aleksandra
How should it be ? When you want to ask about an object for example: Many people like good cars. What cars do many people like? So the question form is what + object + do/does + subject + verb + the rest of the sentence. And I was wondering why we ask: A big house costs milions! What house costs milions. (or maybe correct is what house does cost milions - according to the form above.) Can someone explain it to me?
Jun 8, 2015 1:39 PM
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I would not say "what house?" I would say "Which house..?" or "What kind of house...?" For example "What kind of house do people like to buy?" "What house" doesn't sound very natural to me.
June 8, 2015
Aleksandra
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