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Do in affirmative sentences is used to put an emphasis on the positive fact. Person A: I've heard you don't have the piano anymore. Person B: Oh, that's not true! I do have the piano!
answered Sep 6 '11 by RiMMER
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"Do I love you?" is the proper form. In spoken English, though, you can, and in suitable situations you would, use the form "I love you?" To put this into an example (spoken): Situation A: Perso …
answered Apr 14 '11 by RiMMER
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She's altering the lyrics to make the lines scan. In such cases, even ungrammatical English is better than grammatical English which doesn't scan. Rap lyrics are the best example of this, especially …
answered Dec 17 '11 by RiMMER