- Why would he do that meaning?
- How can he do or does?
- Why ask or why do you ask?
- Why do you ask such a question?
- Why would you or why?
- Do you and would you?
- How would you do that meaning?
- Why I would or why would I?
- Why would you say that meaning?
- Is could you please rude?
- Can you please send me or could you please send me?
- Why would you ask meaning?
- What does WHY D mean?
- Why did you do that or why?
- Can you or will you?
Why would he do that meaning?
“Why would he do that?” is grammatically correct.
It’s a way of asking someone’s reason for doing something.
Using “would” can suggest you are either asking a rhetorical question or you are asking someone to speculate..
How can he do or does?
Is it correct to say “he can do this”, as the rule says ‘does’ is used with he/she/it? When followed by a modal or auxiliary verb, a verb has be in its first form(i.e.infinitive). … In the given sentence, can is a modal. So, we use do, irrespective of the person of its subject.
Why ask or why do you ask?
It is a statement, meaning roughly: You are asking why. In my view the correct punctuation would be either Why, you ask. or “Why?”, you ask. It is a rhetorical phrasing and it means roughly You might well wonder why, or similarly, Why, you might (well) wonder.
Why do you ask such a question?
First and absolutely foremost, asking the question why is a defensive move. … Most of the time it is because they don’t want to know the real answer to the question, they want to validate the answer they most want whether it is the truth or not. Asking them why slows them down and causes them to validate themselves.
Why would you or why?
‘Why would you do that?’ implies that the speaker thinks there is not a good reason for having done it. In contrast, ‘Why did you do that?’ implies that the speaker acknowledges that there might have been a reason for doing it and is just asking which reason was actually the cause.
Do you and would you?
Do you like is used to ask if someone generally enjoys or is partial to something. Would you like is a politer way of asking “do you want” when offering something. In English, as in many languages, the verb “want” is considered very direct, and the conditional serves to soften it a bit.
How would you do that meaning?
“How would you do that” is a question asking how that person would do something. “How did you do that” is a question asking why someone did what they already did.
Why I would or why would I?
“Would” is the past tense of the modal verb “will.” Used as an auxiliary, “would” expresses a possibility, an intention, a desire, a custom, or a request. Use “should” to express an obligation, a necessity, or a prediction; use “would” to express a wish or a customary action.
Why would you say that meaning?
If you say “why would you say that”, suggests that it’s something that the person wouldn’t expect the other person to say, and is disappointed, not necessarily doubt.
Is could you please rude?
First of all, “could you please” sounds more polite and less rude. When we say “Can you please…”, the question actually asks the subject whether they are capable of doing something. … “Could you” is the polite version and hence, less used version of the two.
Can you please send me or could you please send me?
Both are correct. The first is more direct, and the second is more polite. Could you please . . . gives slightly more room for refusal than Can you please . . .
Why would you ask meaning?
I think that “Why would you ask me that?” usually means, “Why, exactly, would you expect me to know the answer to that question?” The person who says it thinks there is something behind the question that is not immediately evident.
What does WHY D mean?
Contraction of why did(nonstandard) Contraction of why did. Why’d he wanna go and do a thing like that? (nonstandard) Contraction of why had. (nonstandard) Contraction of why would.
Why did you do that or why?
“Why you did that” is wrong merely because of the sentence structure. The other guy is right to correct it to “why did you do that”. You must state the tenses clearly and somewhat early.
Can you or will you?
May implies that you are asking for permission. Can implies that you are questioning somebody’s ability. Will implies that you are seeking an answer about the future.