Question: Would You Know Vs Do You Know?

Can I know you or may I know you?

“May I…” is not unidiomatic in and of itself in American English, but “May I know something about you?” is (“Can I know something about you?” is equally unidiomatic, so the issue is “know,” not “can” vs.

“may.”) “May I ask you some questions about yourself?” is fine..

Do you think or did you think?

When you say that you did something, you’re talking about something that happened in the past. Do is the present tense form of the verb to do. It’s used to talk about present tense situations.

Do you happen to know sentence?

Happen to know means do you know by chance?.. Do you happen to know if she has a boyfriend? It means the same as “Do you know if she has a boyfriend?”, with the only difference that the use of happen in front of the to-infinitive “to know” makes the question a polite request.

Would you by any chance happen to know?

It should be: Do you know where the church is, by any chance? You usually use the idiom “by any chance” at the end or in the middle of a sentence, but it’s also grammatically correct, though not common, if you use it at the beginning of a sentence.

Do you know vs Do you happen to know?

No difference at all. They both ask the same question. This is more about a style rather than a correct usage question. English people would tend to say, ‘do you know’ whereas Americans are more likely to say, ‘do you happen to know’.

Would you know meaning?

means “I don’t want your opinion because you don’t know the situation”

What to say instead of DID YOU KNOW?

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Do I know you or do I know you?

Do i know you . forms a present continous tense while did i know you forms a past continous tense.

Which one is correct do you know or do you know?

The main difference is that you use “did you know” when you already know the information that follows and you use “do you know” when you do not know the information that follows, but you want to know.

Do you know correct?

The main difference is that you use “did you know” when you already know the information that follows and you use “do you know” when you do not know the information that follows, but you want to know.

Did you know correct grammar?

“Did” is a past tense verb. Therefore, saying “did you know” asks if you have previously known something. “Do” is the present tense, so saying “do you know” would ask if you currently know.

Do you know by chance?

You can use by any chance when you are asking questions in order to find out whether something that you think might be true is actually true.