Podcast #59 Asking for an Opinion using a Question Word

Published in the category Grammar and Usage, Questions

How do you think the story will end?

When do you think the teacher will arrive?

How do you think the economy got so bad?

Where do you think we should rent a car?

Why do you think the earth is getting warmer?

When do you think the teacher will arrive?

Where do you think we should rent a car?

Why do you think the earth is getting warmer?

How do you think we can fix the air conditioner?

Where do you think the lake is?

When do you think they will realize they are wrong?

Why do you think the library closed early?

How do you think the story will end?

Why do you think they cannot come to an agreement?

When do you think the supermarket opens?

Why do you think that store went out of business?

Where do you think they raised the most money?

How do you think they managed to do that?

Who do you think we should invite?

Who do you think the club will elect as president?

What do you think the oil company will do?

What do you think we should give him for a present?

Who do you think they will send to the conference?

What do you think the oil will do to the bird population?

Who will win the race?

Who do you think will win the race?

Who told him that lie?

Who do you think told him that lie?

What is wrong with the motor?

What do you think is wrong with the motor?

What will they say about that in the news?

What do you think they will say about that in the news?

Who do you think will win the race?

Who do you think told him that lie?

What do you think is wrong with the motor?

Who do you think was the best singer?

What do you think caused the problem?

What do you think made him do that?

Who do you think stole the money?

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