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Why it is have? #1 (permalink) Wed May 10, 2006 11:52 am   Why it is have?
 

correct sentence:
Did you notice any particular characteristics about the thief did he have long hair?

Correct entry: did he have
The error was: (d) was he wearing

You have found the error but your entry is incorrect.
your sentence:
Did you notice any particular characteristics about the thief did he has long hair?
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Why it is have? #2 (permalink) Wed May 10, 2006 13:20 pm   Why it is have?
 

Hi Naveen

To make a question in the simple past tense you need to use did + infinitive. (did he have)

"Did he has" is never correct.

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