Tuesday, 19 October 2010

Do you...?

In English, there are 3 ways to ask a question:
  1. When there's "TO BE" (We put "to be" before the subject)
    Are you sure you're OK? / Is he coming tomorrow?
  2. When there's an auxiliary verb (must, can, should, could, will, etc) other than "to be" (We put the auxiliary verb before the subject)
    Can you help me? / Will you come tomorrow?
  3. When there's no "to be" and no auxiliary verb (We put the auxiliary verb before the subject, and the auxiliary verb is always "do")
    Do you think she'll come? / Does she play tennis?
DO YOU LIKE GOOD MUSIC?
 
After listening to and reading the lyrics, try this: http://ww2.college-em.qc.ca/prof/epritchard/trivpsqu.htm



SWEET SOUL MUSIC, by Arthur Conley
(Written by Sam Cooke, Arthur Conley and Otis Redding)

Do you like good music
That sweet soul music
Just as long as it's swingin'
Oh yeah, oh yeah

We're out here on the floor now
We're going to a go go
honey dancin to the music
Oh yeah, oh yeah

Spotlight on Lou Rawls y'all
Ah don't he look tall y'all
Singin' loves a hurtin' thing
Oh yeah, oh yeah

Spotlight on Sam and Dave now
Ah don't they look great y'all
Hold on I'm comin'
Oh yeah, oh yeah

Spotlight on Wilson Pickett
That wicked picket Pickett
Singin' Mustang Sally
Yeah, oh yeah

Spotlight on Otis Redding now
Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
Fa fa fa fa fa fa fa fa
Oh yeah, oh yeah

Spotlight on James Brow
He's the king of them all, y'all
He's the king of them all, now
Oh yeah, oh yeah

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