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A group of people

This page can help you with your writing in the field of sociology. Take a look! 

Quick Grammar: Question forms

To form yes/no questions where there is an auxiliary verb or a modal verb, we invert the word order of a positive sentence.

Professionals Podcasts - Motivation in the workplace

Escucha un fragmento de una entrevista con un profesor de Estudios de Gestión de Empresas sobre el tema de la motivación laboral.


Your Comments

21 October, 2017 - 19:10
Hello Littleboy, I agree with you that 1 is correct. In some situations, for example, a transcription of informal speech when there is a long pause between 'tell me' and the question, then the word...
21 October, 2017 - 19:10
Hello Abdullah, Different style guides make different recommendations on how to punctuate sentences.  I'd say that most would punctuate a question the first way, i.e. with the question mark inside...
21 October, 2017 - 17:10
may I get your phonenumber,please?