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Lesson 16
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How are things with you today? Did you notice that I tend to ask a lot of questions? This is because questions are an excellent way to get information and that's why we have created a text about the 'do/does' question. As you remember, in English we often use so called auxiliary or help verbs to make questions. Do you know what I'm talking about? If not, simply click on the link below and listen to Sue's recording or read the text.

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Friend, I understand that you might have questions too. The best, fastest and easiest way to get them answered is to post them on our forum. Of course, you can also reply to this email but using the forum has many advantages. For example, if you ask your question on the forum you have the chance to meet a new English teacher or make friends with your fellow forum users. I know I have introduced the forum several times but I still receive lots of emails from English learners asking me how to use the forum. In case, you are one of those people, you will find a link below that shows you how to get started.

But now let's listen to Sue's questions. Once you are finished, you can try this test which is called an easy question. And finally, as promised a guide on how to ask a forum question?

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