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Will you or won't you?
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Will you or won't you?
Message from may posted on 12-12-2009 at 13:39:37 (D | E | F)
I really need your help to complete this sentence accurately:
when the show is over, you will put down the posters, WON'T YOU?
when the show is over, you will put down the posters, WILL YOU?
Thank you very much!
Re: Will you or won't you? from seb06000, posted on 12-12-2009 at 13:52:49 (D | E)
Before we give you the answer, please have a look at this page :
Make your choice and we'll say if it is correct
Edited by lucile83 on 12-12-2009 13:59
One hour's detention!
Re: Will you or won't you? from krnntp, posted on 13-12-2009 at 02:19:09 (D | E)
This isn't what you asked about, but I thought that I should point this out:
One puts a poster up (attaches it to the wall, where people can read it.)
However, one takes a poster down (removes it from the wall and throws it away).
If you say that somebody put a poster down, it means that they were holding the poster in their hands, and then they laid it down on a flat surface. In the same way, one could put a cup down, put a pencil down, put a book down, etc.
I hope this helps you think about your assignment,
Best - krnntp
Re: Will you or won't you? from may, posted on 13-12-2009 at 02:27:32 (D | E)
Definitely you are right, Seb06000 and Lucile83, but it's not me who should be put on detention. This sentence is from a test on the advanced level:
Down/Again (Phrasal verbs)
Complete the sentences choosing the right verb
(look on question number 2), you will see.......
Re: Will you or won't you? from krnntp, posted on 13-12-2009 at 03:57:54 (D | E)
A test question? Really? The grammar is so iffy.
I'm forced to imagine a "show" where somebody holds a sheaf of posters - perhaps they wave the posters around, and dance? - and somebody else who is afraid that after the show, this performer doesn't plan to relinquish the posters.
Best regards - krnntp
Re: Will you or won't you? from traviskidd, posted on 13-12-2009 at 05:14:57 (D | E)
You can also "put down" a person by insulting him.
And you can "put down" a cat or dog by euthanizing it.
- Do you support euthanasia ?
- Of course! I support youth everywhere, including in Asia!
Re: Will you or won't you? from seb06000, posted on 13-12-2009 at 06:41:11 (D | E)
Sorry for being out of the subject: the hour's detention is not for you May, it is for me It is a child-like game between Lucile and I when I do any spelling mistake
Traviskidd: We should avoid your puns drinking a coffee when we're still dozing
Sorry let's come back to the subject matter
Edited by lucile83 on 13-12-2009 08:28
it was not really a spelling mistake seb, it was a missing verb.
I found the test and I changed the verb in question 2.
Re: Will you or won't you? from dalings, posted on 14-12-2009 at 10:20:56 (D | E)
When the show is over,you will put down the posters,Won't you?
Re: Will you or won't you? from seb06000, posted on 14-12-2009 at 10:29:17 (D | E)
Dalings => your sentence sounds correct
sébastien ( who tries not to forget verbs this time )
Re: Will you or won't you? from may, posted on 14-12-2009 at 18:18:23 (D | E)
Thank you Seb and Lucile
Thank you Krnntp for your wonderful imagination and thank you all for your feedback however...whatever...It really helps me....
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