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Simple present doesn't #1 (permalink) Mon Apr 03, 2006 14:04 pm   Simple present doesn't
 

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #77 "American homophones", question 2

My friend said she doesn't ......... any foreign languages.

(a) no
(b) knew
(c) know
(d) now

English Grammar Tests, Elementary Level

ESL/EFL Test #77 "American homophones", answer 2

My friend said she doesn't know any foreign languages.

Correct answer: (c) know

Your answer was: incorrect
My friend said she doesn't knew any foreign languages.
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the word doesn't is in which tense?
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Tense #2 (permalink) Mon Apr 03, 2006 14:37 pm   Tense
 

Hi,

Doesn't know is the third person singular negative Present Simple of know.

She knows.

She doesn't know/She does not know.

Does she know?

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