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What is correct any question or any questions?

What is correct any question or any questions?

6 Answers. “Any question” places a strict limit on the number of questions allowable to exactly one. For example, there was exactly one question as to who wore the pants. However, where the number of questions has not been determined, or is unrestricted, then the plural should be used.

What to say when the interviewer asks if you have any questions?

Here are some tips to follow when asking questions while interviewing:

  • Focus on your future role. Ask questions about your (possible) future role in the company.
  • Ask (business-related) personal questions.
  • Be prepared with several questions.
  • Research the company.
  • Practice beforehand.

Is any of you singular or plural?

All four are correct. With ‘any of’ and a plural noun/pronoun you can use either a singular or plural verb.

Do any of you have or has?

Do any of you have? Does any of you have? “Do any of you have…?” is correct because you is the second person plural pronoun in this case, requiring the plural form of the verb do. “Does one of you have…?” would be correct because the singular form of the verb goes with ‘one’.

Which is correct done or did?

‘did’ is the past tense of ‘do’. ‘done’ is the past participle of ‘do’. ‘did’ is used only in the simple past tense. But ‘done’ is used in the present perfect, past perfect and the future perfect tense.

What did we do wrong?

What Did We Do Wrong? is a comedy play about a businessman who turns hippie. The original Broadway production starred Paul Ford and cost $75,000. It only had a short run. The play was profiled in the William Goldman book The Season: A Candid Look at Broadway.

Is anything wrong or is something wrong?

Here’s the source. In your examples, “Is there something wrong” probably implies you feel something might be wrong and want to confirm with others while “Is there anything wrong” is just a general inquiry whether anything is wrong at all.

Did I just Or have I just?

Both are correct, but it depends on your context. Did you just say that? is a past tense and implies that the speaker is concerned about the event in the past (even if it was only ten seconds ago) Have you just said that? on the other hand, is a present tense.

Did they say or said?

“Says” is the present tense for the word “say,” and “said” is the past tense for the word “say.” “Says” is used for the simple present tense which shows an action which is habitual, and “said” is used for the simple past tense which may or may not be used with an adverb of time.

Who is the real inventor of WIFI?

Hedy Lamarr

Who is the inventor of WIFI?

John O’Sullivan