Is this sentence grammatically?
You don't like pizza know?
Is this sentence grammatically correct?
- Bulldog reduxLv 71 month ago
Or you could say, "Like, you don't know pizza." Or maybe, "Pizza don't you know, like?"
- 2 months ago
What's with "know?" Even if you meant to write 'now,' it is not necessary. You are asking someone if they like pizza; how about 'Do you like pizza?' Or, if you offer them a slice, and they refuse it, you might say 'Don't you like pizza?'
- KrishnamurthyLv 72 months ago
Don't you like pizza now?
- SumDudeLv 72 months ago
ASSUMING you meant "now" - yes it is grammatically
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- bluebellbkkLv 72 months ago
"You don't like pizza know?"
No; this is not grammatically correct.
Note, it's not the fact that it doesn't make sense that makes it ungrammatical. Even a meaningless sentence can still be grammatical.
But the reason yours is not correct is that you have used the verb 'know' instead of adverb 'now'.
- GypsyfishLv 72 months ago
Do you mean "now"? It's not really a question. We do sometimes ask questions by just raising our intonation at the end, but it's not correct to write them that way. "Do you like pizza now?" or "You like pizza now, don't you?"
- RPLv 72 months ago
It doesn't make sense and, as a result, it is neither grammatical nor can it be restated. If you indicate what it is intended to communicate, then it could be corrected (revised).
- blankLv 62 months ago
It should be:
"You don't like pizza now?"
Drop the 'k' from the last word.... now (meaning at this point) is what you want. Not "know" as you learned something.
- 2 months ago
It's incorrect because everybody likes pizza.