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Where does he go or where did he go?
“Where did he go?” is correct. With “where,” you don’t need a preposition like “to.” But you do hear that sometimes from native speakers.
Which is correct where she or where she is?
The correct sentence will be “Where she is from” because it dedicating to one individual and from the place she belong. The sentence “Where from she” is not accurate or the right sentence to use. If you would like to ask a question, you should say “Where is she from?”.
Where they are going or where are they going?
Both are correct, “where are you going?” and “where are you going to”. Some questions need a preposition at the end, some do not. For example: “How many countries have you been to?” (preposition needed)
Where did you go correct?
“Where did you go?” is correct. It’s true that the word ‘went’ is the past tense of the word’go’. But the word ‘did’ is the past tense of the word ‘do’. So you have already indicated the action is in the past.
Is where are you going to correct?
Both of the phrases are correct although the first is usually used when you know someone is going to a place and the second when you don’t know if they are going to an actual place. Example: Your friend mentions they are going out shopping, you ask “Where are you going to?”.
Where did you go vs Where have you been?
‘Where did you go? ‘ simple asks for the location and implies nothing. ‘Where have you been? ‘ asks for location, but implies your departure has an effect in the present.
Which is correct he and she go to school or they go?
They go to school. is correct if you represent one boy (He) and one girl (She). The Sentence He and She go/goes to school is not looking correct one. John and Mary go to school.
Is “where does she go” correct phrasing?
“Where is she going?” “Where she goes” would never be correct phrasing for a question. In, “Where does she go”, the simple present “does…go” is an aspect of the verb “go” that implies frequent or habitual behavior.
What is the simple present tense of where does she go?
In, “Where does she go”, the simple present “does…go” is an aspect of the verb “go” that implies frequent or habitual behavior. If you are not asking about a habit, but just curious about her current destination, then “is…going” (the present progressive) is what you must use.
Which is the correct sentence for why does he have to go?
The correct sentence will be “Why does he have to go?” It follows the following structure-rule of the Interrogative sentences of Simple Present Tense: Interrogative word+helping verb+Subject+present/first form of the verb+Object+Complements+Question mark. Note: Here “have” is used instead of “has”.