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what do you think

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"What do you think?" is an interrogative sentence in English. It's typically used to inquire about someone's opinion or perspective on a particular topic, idea, or situation. It involves the usage of the auxiliary verb 'do', the pronoun 'you', and the verb 'think', conveying a sense of inquiry and engagement.
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"What do you think about the movie we watched last night?"
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what

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"what" is an interrogative pronoun used in English. It introduces questions, asking for specific information, often indicating a selection from a known set of options or from a broader context. It can also be used to express surprise or confusion, as in "what?".
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"What time is your meeting today?"
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do

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"Do" is an auxiliary verb in English, often used in questions, negations, and emphatic expressions. It can also be a main verb indicating action or task completion. As an auxiliary verb, it helps form interrogative and negative sentences. It's one of the most versatile words in English language.
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"Do you know that doing simple tasks daily can make a big difference in life?"
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you

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The word "you" in English is a pronoun. It's second-person, used to refer to the person or group of people that the speaker is addressing. It's unique as it can be singular or plural and can be used as both subjective (e.g., "You are nice.") and objective (e.g., "I told you.").
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"You are the reason I smile every day."
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think

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"Think" is a verb in English. It represents the mental process of considering something, forming ideas, or making decisions. It can be used in various tenses and forms like 'thinks', 'thought', 'thinking'. It's from Old English 'ΓΎencan' meaning to conceive in the mind.
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"Sometimes, all you need to do is sit in silence and think about life's simple pleasures."
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