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Many questions

Posted by K. Yone on November 09, 2000

Hi!

1. I'm just wondering the following sentence.

a. [How goes it with you today?]

Do English native just say this way?
How about [How does it go with you today?]?

2. Do English speakers use [girls] as well as a singular now [girl] once in a while in the sentence b.?

b. [Mary is taller than any other girl in the class.]

3. I wonder which of the following sentence is correct. Maybe all of them will be correct.

c. [I could have done it if I had have wanted.]
d. [I could have done it if I have wanted.]
e. [I could have done it if I had wanted.]

Thanks a lot.

All the best,

Kodai