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"who broke off the engagement?" ki jagah "who did break off the engagement " nhi aayega??

January 22, 2019
Shubham Yadav
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No. Because when we use 'who' as our subject, it behaves as singular positive subject not like other interrogative pronouns. So we keep it simply as in your sentence. e.g. - Who knows that? Who did this? Who broke off the engagement?
5 Upvotes 1 Downvotes January 22, 2019
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Second sentence is correct.
4 Upvotes 1 Downvotes January 22, 2019
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Yes.... I think you right because when we become question sentence of past tense then we use "did" and verb's 1st form.
3 Upvotes 1 Downvotes January 22, 2019
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No! Only the first sentence is correct and someone has already explained the reason about this.
2 Upvotes 1 Downvotes January 23, 2019
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"who broke off the engagement?" ki jagah "who did break off the engagement " nhi aayega??
No. Because when we use 'who' as our subject, it behaves as singular positive subject not like other interrogative pronouns. So we keep it simply as in your sentence. e.g. - Who knows that? Who did this? Who broke off the engagement?

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