I urgently need to know your opinion on this:

Complete the sentences with the missing phrases:

1) g..... u.... together.
2) b....... friends
3) ......... on the phone
4) h......... a party

How would you complete the phrases?
Where .....live now?
Where do you live/are you living now?

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asked by Henry2
  1. I cannot complete #s 1-4 without seeing the sentences themselves. Out of context, it's impossible to tell.


    I'd say, "Where do you live now?" Your other phrasing is also correct, but I'd be more likely to use the 4-word question than the 5-word question!!

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