English

1. Do you live around here?
2. Do you live about here?
3. Do you live near here?

(Are they all grammatical and the same?)

  1. 👍 0
  2. 👎 0
  3. 👁 67
asked by rfvv
  1. #1 and #3 mean the same th ing and are grammatically correct. #2 is not good.

    Sra

    1. 👍 0
    2. 👎 0

Respond to this Question

First Name

Your Response

Similar Questions

  1. SS

    You have a large farm made up of mostly flat terrain in Eastern Europe. You use mechanized equipment to plant and harvest grains, like wheat and barley. Which statement is most likely true? A. You live in Greece. B. You live in

    asked by Like I'd Tell You. on March 29, 2016
  2. English

    What do you think Keats means in these lines from "When I Have Fears That I May Cease to Be"? I may never live to trace / Their shadows, with the magic hand of chance . . . * I may never live to paint pictures of them. * I may

    asked by Skye on April 7, 2010
  3. Science

    A deactivated deadly strain of bacteria was first treated with protease enzyme. It was then mixed with a harmless strain of live bacteria. The live bacteria became deadly. Which of the following statements is a valid conclusion

    asked by Kaye on January 23, 2018
  4. English Check answers

    Choose the best topic sentence for the passage. It used to be unusual to live to the age of 90. Better diet and medicine have made 90 a more common age. Today, some people even live to be well over 100. A. People can live a long

    asked by Jimmy on June 24, 2016
  5. Question

    We are starting to get a feeling as to what it must have been like to live during the 1960s, at least in the South. Write a paragraph explaining whether or not you would hav eliked to live in the '60's. Explain why or why not. I

    asked by John on November 23, 2008
  6. statistics

    According to the Current Population Survey of the Census Bureau, 67% of children live with both parents, 23% live with their mother only, and 5% live with their father only. The rest live with neither parent. If we choose a child

    asked by Anonymous on October 18, 2013
  7. statistics

    According to the Current Population Survey of the Census Bureau, 67% of children live with both parents, 23% live with their mother only, and 5% live with their father only. The rest live with neither parent. If we choose a child

    asked by Anonymous on October 16, 2013
  8. English - writing

    Is this a run-on sentence? Though I do believe we need to be useful, honorable, and compassionate to live a successful life, I would argue that the purpose of life is to be happy, but only through the aforementioned requirements

    asked by Jamie on November 28, 2012
  9. Physical Science

    If I live in Oklahoma, what tectonic plate do I live in? How many adjacent plates are there to the one I live on? In which direction are these plates moving?

    asked by Harold on November 25, 2013
  10. English

    1. We need a house which we can live in. 2. We need a house we can live in. 3. We need a house to live in. 4. We need a house in which we can live. 5. We need a house in which to live. (Are they all grammatical? What about #3 and

    asked by rfvv on May 16, 2017
  11. English

    1. We can live to be 200. 2. We can live to be 200 years old. 3. We can live up to 200. 4. We can live up to 200 years. 5. We can live to 200. 6. We can live to 200 years. 7. We can live up to 200 years old. 8. We can live to 200

    asked by rfvv on April 14, 2015

More Similar Questions