WH-QUESTIONS and STATEMENTS with BE. The grammar used in written language and the grammar used in conversational language are often quite different. In fact, what's normal, common, and acceptable in spoken language is often considered unacceptable in written language.
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The grammar used in written language and the grammarused in conversational language are often quite different.In fact, what's normal, common, andacceptable in spokenlanguage is often considered unacceptable in writtenlanguage.
In everyday conversation, information ("Wh-") questions(especially those with BE, will, does, has, have, did, andhad) often use contractions--contractions that are oftenheard in speaking, but almost never used in writing.
Notice that 's can mean is, has, has or does.To know which one is meant, listen for the wordsafter's: