Do these questions make sense? Do "Who lives with you?" and "Who cooks in your house?" actually make sense? Is it better to say "Who do you live with?" in the case of the first question? Thank you in advance!
Oct 20, 2019 8:33 PM
Answers · 3
They are all good but there could be a difference between “Who do you live with?” and “Who lives with you?” If I am an owner of a house, someone would ask me “Who lives with you?” “My nephew moved in last month. He’s staying with me while he gets his Master’s” If I’m a student in a foreign exchange program, someone would ask me “Who do you live with?” “I’m staying with a nice retired couple who wants to practice their English.”
October 21, 2019
They all make sense, although "Who lives with you?" seems awkward.
October 20, 2019
Both of those questions are correct and natural. “Who do you live with” is also correct and natural, and means exactly the same thing as “who lives with you?”
October 20, 2019
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