No. This question is a past simple question. In past simple question the verb is actually in present/base form. It is the 'did' that shows us the question is a past question. Why did you play with me - is correct
The answer is Barcelona. In the whole of 2005 Ronaldhino played for Barcelona. The correct answe to your question is Barcelona. Yours sincerly Nael The answer is Barcelona. In the whole of 2005 Ronaldhino played for Barcelona. The correct answe to your question is Barcelona. Yours sincerly Nael The answer is Barcelona. In the whole of 2005 Ronaldhino played for Barcelona. The correct answe to your question is Barcelona. Yours sincerly Nael
The correct answer to this question is Kelly Malcom. She was the african american girl who played in this movie..
21 questions is a popular ice breaker game. Some people's answers may not be accurate. His question to you may just be a question. If he couldn't think of a good question, it may be just an easy one to ask. Don't look any further into it.
That is the correct spelling of "played" (engaged in play or games).
Science trivia a game that is played between multiple players. It is random questions that are science related and asked among the players and then you earn points for the correct answers.
10 games From concerned reader: if I am reading the question correctly, the answer of 10 games submitted is not accurate. However, let me clarify the question first. I believe that we are asking how many games must be played in total to determine one, and only one, winner of the entire tournament. Given that this is the correct interpretation of the question, the correct answer is that 19 games must be played to determine a singular winner of the tournament.
No. The correct version should read :-"All the children played very nicelytogether."
Steelers- 21 Seahawks- 10Actually, the year the Steelers played the Seahawks was 2006, it was the 2005 season. So the correct answer to the question is Patriots-24 Eagles 21
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It's more correct to say that it's debateable rather than the previous 'y u no answer the question'. Jackson was a tyrannical president that played by his own rules, but he also furthered equality for the lowest class.