what day must princess have a bath?


what is wrong.. grammar check says it's verb form use wrong. But I can't figure it out.

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What day must Princess have a bath?
asked May 20 '13 at 10:47 grace New member

As written you're using the word "princess" as a name, so you would capitalize it. If you want to refer to her in third person, you would add "the" and leave princess in lower case. "What day must the princess have a bath?"

Rochelle WeberMay 22 '13 at 17:06

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This sentence is all right. I assume Princess is the name of someone/thing. 


"Must," however, sounds very formal. I would suggest using the verb "need" or "should."


"What day does Princess need to take a bath?"


"What day should Princess have a bath?"

link comment answered May 21 '13 at 09:43 Kimberly Expert

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