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Hello asim khider,

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Peter

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hello;
How should I say it in English when I want to ask someone about the particular colour of something?
I use to say it like 'Which colour is of tiger?(Here I want to ask the particular colour of the tiger)
Is it correct?

Hello aini sid,

The most common way of asking this is: 'What colour is a tiger?' You can use this with just about anything, e.g. 'What colour is the sky?', 'What colour are his eyes?', 'What colour was your first car?', etc.

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

Hi everyone. I'm new member here. I need you help so as to improve my speaking

Hello Khalid,

Welcome! I'd suggest you read our Help page, where you can find advice on how to do this and use our site in general. You might also want to check out Elementary Podcasts – start with Series 4.

Best wishes,
Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

its going to be educative

Thank you very much for your friendly answer. As you see, I've just learned a new meaning of the term "not moderated.
All the best,
Lidia Inés

Not being a native speaker,I cannot understand why both my comments are considered "not moderate".My intention is to show how much I appreciate the opportunity the British Council gives us to listen to good British English pronunciation.I would very nuch appreciate your answer.

Hello Lidia,

'Not moderated' means that we haven't yet checked the comment to make sure it is not inappropriate in some way. Most days we moderate comments several times, so sometimes it takes several hours for your comments to be published and appear online. We're sorry that you have to wait, but this is how we keep the site free of spam and a safe and friendly place for everyone.

Your other two comments, of course, have now been published as well!

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Kirk
The LearnEnglish Team

I like this video.

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