'have you any plans' is it a correct sentense
It's not really a correct sentence. The words are OK, but a sentence begins with a capital letter and ends with a punctuation mark. In the case, a question mark. It is important to get into this habit, especially in asking a question on this forum.
Have you any plans?
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Although I agree that there might be some regional and register bias in the construction, it certainly is not the way I would teach present simple interrogatives at ESL level. Questions like these are best formed with a helping verb plus base form.
|link comment||answered Jul 23 '13 at 03:51 Ahmad Barnard Expert|
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