9 thoughts on “ Do You Know Who This Is? ”

  1. Magor says:
    The loser asks the winner, "Do you know who this is?" (They can cover the name on the front to start with). The winner either responds with "No, I don't know." or "Yes, that is Elvis Presley." In any case, the loser goes on to explain about the person. Either; "It is Elvis Presley. He is the singer who was known as the King of Rock." Or; "That.
  2. Dosar says:
    Sep 19,  · So you might know which group it is just based on the photo and not the idol. However I am not going to make it easy by choosing the popular members. I am going to choose randomly (kind of hehe).
  3. Zulugar says:
    Aug 10,  · “Do you know where they went?” is correct. “Do you know where did they go?” is incorrect. Similarly - “May I know who this is” is correct. “May I know who is this?” is incorrect. Here, do and may are helping verbs used for asking questions and when they are used in the beginning of the sentence, we need not make other questions in between because we are .
  4. Arashilkree says:
    [1] Do you know [who is he]? [2] Do you know [who he is]? The subject-auxiliary inversion in [1] is wrong in most varieties of English, but [2] is fine. The bracketed element is a subordinate interrogative clause (indirect question). Unlike main clause interrogatives, there is normally no inversion in subordinate interrogatives.
  5. Jusida says:
    Apr 27,  · Rearrange the first sentence so that the word "he," and subsequently "him," is used in place of the word "who." So the first sentence would read, "Do you know it is from he?" That's obviously wrong, so now try "him": "Do you know it is from him?" That's obviously right. So, using this test, you can see b.
  6. Mozilkree says:
    Do you know who did it? Since it has the same as the structure as the corresponding question, it shouldn’t pose any problems. This article was based on my guide to the most common mistakes in English, which explains many similar topics.
  7. Maum says:
    1) Do you know what is it? 2) Do you know what it is? I kinda do a Google research on this and basically most people say it should be the first one but unfortunately the correct one is the second one. Why it is so? If we refer to the rule of making question (WH-word + verb to be/verb to have + subject + verb + description).
  8. Sajind says:
    Dec 29,  · Do you know the player receiving the cup in this photo from a junior football tournament in Moneygourney in ? This is for an ongoing book project in the club and we would like to identify who it is. if you know him, please let us know at [email protected]co
  9. Yokasa says:
    If you know, let us know. Pop me an email at [email protected] or call John Myers is an outdoors reporter and columnist for the News Tribune. About the artist.

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