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Which one of these two sentences is correct? 1. Tell me how many people are in the stadium? 2. Tell me how many people in the stadium are?
Aug 18, 2018 8:00 PM
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The first one is almost correct. It should end with a period, not a question mark. The second one is grammatically wrong.
August 18, 2018
Hi Ali, The first sentence is correct: Tell me how many people are in the stadium?
August 18, 2018
Thank you
August 18, 2018
As Chris says; 1. Tell me how many people are in the stadium. <-- a request. not a question. 2. ? Tell me how many people in the stadium are tall. Tell me how many people in the stadium are short. Tell me how many people in the stadium are also wearing red. How many people in are the stadium? <-- Question . Mohab simply missed that you have a question mark on the end of a statement.
August 18, 2018
Ali
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English, Persian (Farsi), Portuguese
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English, Portuguese