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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #104589: Asking questions and auxiliary verbs
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    1. you normally go shopping on Saturdays?

    2. bus 557 go to Rio on Saturdays?

    3. Where bus 557 start, and where does it finish?

    4. your friends go shopping in Rio last Saturday?

    5. Why you go with them?

    6. What about Stacey? she go last Saturday?

    7. What Stacey normally do on Saturdays?

    8. Rio a good city for shopping?

    9. What stores you like to buy clothes at?

    10. What your favourite store?

    11. Where your friends today?

    12. What they doing? Are they going out or staying home?

    13. I don't know. They didn't tell me. Why you want to know?

    14. Because I am curious. you curious?

    15. No I am not. How it affect me?









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