Grammar help? Is this correct? " have your mother ever sang lullaby for you?" ?
Thanks for answers
- SpeedLv 73 months agoFavourite answer
Has your mother ever sung a lullaby to you?
Has, because mother is a singular noun. Have is for plural nouns.
Sung, because "has sung" is past perfect tense, an action already complete.
To, because lullabies are sung to someone, not on their behalf.
I recognize that English is a difficult language to master, and even with the mistakes, we understood what the question was.
- leabeeLv 43 months ago
Since lullaby implies something that happened when you were a child (ie it happened and was completed in the past), I would say "Did your mother ever sing you a lullaby?"
- Anonymous3 months ago
Has your mother ever sang a lullaby for you?