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Is she going to the restaurant after work?



 
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Is she going to the restaurant after work? #1 (permalink) Wed Oct 27, 2010 18:06 pm   Is she going to the restaurant after work?
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #164 "Grammar Crunch (3)", question 3

......... she going to the restaurant after work?

(a) Are
(b) Is
(c) Will
(d) Shall

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #164 "Grammar Crunch (3)", answer 3

Is she going to the restaurant after work?

Correct answer: (b) Is
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when i suppost put the s on the frase like she`s or on the verb like going`s
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Is she going to the restaurant after work? #2 (permalink) Wed Oct 27, 2010 18:12 pm   Is she going to the restaurant after work?
 

She's is short for 'she is', but I think you should concentrate on the basic things before worrying about more complex grammar.
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