Hi there are few dialogues from the movie Ocean's eleven extracted from English subtitles created by a native speaker so I suppose it's without grammar mistakes I just want to know if I understand it right because we always learned how to create questions in English with do you...,did you..,are you...,have your been ...etc.Is it normal to leave out such words in question,is it in informal speech?
- How was the clink?
- You get the cookies I sent?
..Should it be- DID YOU GET THE COOKIES I SENT?
- You practiced that speech?
- Did I rush it?
..should it be DID YOU PRACTICE THAT SPEECH?
- They got cameras and watchers, ..GOT? I would say THEY HAVE or THEY'VE GOT
- they got locks.
..GOT verb only? I would say THEY HAVE or THEY'VE GOT do Americans use is without have?
- You going to treat me
- like a grownup at least?
...should it be ARE YOU GOING TO TREAT...
- Phil Turrentine.
No shit. On the job?
You send flowers?
- Dated his wife for a while.
..WHY SEND FLOWERS? does it mean in this context DID YOU SEND FLOWERS? because the next sentence is past tense again