How did it all happen?

How it happen or how it happens?

The phrase ‘how it happens‘ is grammatically correct. However – if you’re asking a question – the correct syntax is ‘How did it happen ? ‘

What happened vs How did it happen?

Both forms are grammatically correct (contrary to the insistence of some British grammar purists). The first one (“What happened?”) is the one most of us would likely ever need in normal life. Use “did” when we knew something had happened but wanted more details.

What is correct happen or happened?

Explanation: The past tense, ‘happened’ is correct.

What happened vs what did happen?

Both, depending on the circumstances. “What happened?” is simply a question of what occurred, in the past tense. “What did happen?” is asking for verification or clarification and, in speaking the question, “did” would be stressed.

When did this happen or happened?

“When was it happened?” is not correct because you must use the base form of the main verb after an auxiliary verb. You used “happened,” which is the past tense and past participle of “to happen.” The correct phrasing would be “When did it happen?

How do you ask what happened politely?

Consider: “Would you mind informing us how and why this happened?” Or, alternately: “We would appreciate it if you could inform us how and why this happened.”

How do you ask someone to explain?

20 Email Expressions to Ask for Clarification

  1. If I understood you correctly, you would like me to…
  2. As previously stated…
  3. Could you please clarify what you meant by…?
  4. Sorry if I was unclear. …
  5. As per my last email…
  6. Please let me know if I misunderstood. …
  7. Please let me know how we can avoid this in the future.

How do you formally ask for something?

Here are some better phrases to make polite requests in English:

  1. “Do you mind…?.”
  2. “Would you mind…?
  3. “Could I…?”
  4. “Would it be ok if…?”
  5. “Would it be possible…?”
  6. “Would you be willing to…?”

How do you ask a smart question?

How to ask smart questions

  1. Think about what you already know. Reviewing your existing knowledge on a subject can help you pinpoint any gaps. …
  2. Confirm what you want to learn. …
  3. Create a draft of your questions. …
  4. Refine your questions. …
  5. Ensure simplicity. …
  6. Ask your questions confidently and politely.

How do you ask a girl to be your girlfriend?

Wording Suggestions

  1. “Will you be my girlfriend?”
  2. “You’re the only girl I want. …
  3. “I like you very much, and I’d like you to be my girlfriend. …
  4. “I know you, and I would make a great couple. …
  5. “You will make me the happiest person in the world if you say yes to being my girlfriend.

What should you know about your crush?

50 Questions To Ask Your Crush If You Wanna Get To Know Them…

  • What do you do for a living? …
  • What is your passion? …
  • What’s your dream job? …
  • What are your hobbies? …
  • What do you like to do for fun? …
  • What does your ideal weekend look like? …
  • Where do you live and why? …
  • Do you live by yourself?