84 - . .Forexample, ErindatesMario?.Does ErindateMario

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The simplest questions to create are “yes or no” questions. They are actually much easier in Spanish  than they are in English. For example, how do you make a “yes or no” question out of the sentence,  “Erin dates Mario”? You put the word “does” in front and change the form of the verb “to date.” Does  Erin  date Mario?  The helping verb “to do” is rarely used in simple English sentences, although it is necessary for  questions. An English “yes or no” question is formed using a helping verb. This verb has different  forms including “do,” “does,” and in the past tense the form “did.” The sentences below use the  helping verb forms “do” or “does”: I  do need this job. She  does read a lot. Normally, it sounds funny to use a helping verb in a sentence, 
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This note was uploaded on 11/07/2011 for the course SPAN 101 taught by Professor Oliveros during the Fall '09 term at Texas State.

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84 - . .Forexample, ErindatesMario?.Does ErindateMario

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