- Did you start or started?
- Are we Vs do we?
- How do you ask if there is class today?
- Does class today have meaning?
- Will start or will be started?
- What class do you study?
- Is it correct to say at what time?
- How do you ask for a class schedule?
- What is the starting date?
- What is difference between start and begin?
- What does have a class mean?
Did you start or started?
Since someone has already started something in the past and a start is done once and so it has to be in past form.
It cannot be in present of present perfect or past perfect unless some other clause is there in the sentence.
Now past form of start is started.
“When did you start?” Is the correct sentence..
Are we Vs do we?
We use does and is with third person singular pronouns (he, she, it) and with singular noun forms. We use do and are with other personal pronouns (you, we they) and with plural noun forms. For the verb be, we need is or are as question words. Study this telephone conversation.
How do you ask if there is class today?
If you wanted to be extra polite, you could say something like, “excuse me, I was just wondering if there is class today?” Or, “could you tell me whether we have class today?” Hi Rafaelle, The best way to make a question sound more polite is by using an “indirect question.”
Does class today have meaning?
“Do we have class today?” this the present simple. This works – because you are asking about a current arrangement. “Are we going to have class today?” this is using the “going to” future. This works because this way of expressing the future can be used for future plans.
Will start or will be started?
If the important thing is the person who starts it and what he or she does when starting it, “will be started” is better. Usually, the starting process is obvious and it’s the time (or, here, date) that matters. So, “will start” is usually the better choice, but both are grammatically correct.
What class do you study?
Class here is taken to mean a particular group, year or level of students. So your first example What class are you studying does not work. It would be meaningful if you said that you were interested in beetles and someone asked you:What class (of beetles) are you studying.
Is it correct to say at what time?
In some formal speech and writing, “At what time” is more acceptable than “When” or “What time”, especially when “a precise point in time” is being requested.
How do you ask for a class schedule?
If you take a class, for example an English class, you have to go to your class on fixed days (schedule). For example, you go to class on Mon, Wed, and Fri. If I want to know about this schedule, how would I ask? I think “How often do you go to your class?” will give me an answer like “three times a week”.
What is the starting date?
Meaning of starting date in English the planned day for the start of an important activity: The starting date for the construction work is June 23 .
What is difference between start and begin?
We can use the verbs begin and start to mean the same thing but begin is more formal than start. Begin is an irregular verb. Its past simple form is began and its -ed form is begun: When did you begin learning English?
What does have a class mean?
Having class involves good manners, politeness, pride without showboating, empathy, humility, and an abundance of self-control. The actions of class-act people speak louder than their words. You can see it in their body language and the way they carry themselves. Class always shows without being announced.