1) were you in the park?

2) Had you in the park?


in the above two questions is there any differtence in meaning? if so what is it? . Tell me explanation.

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'Had you in the park? ' - it is an incorrect English structure. It does not mean anything.

Were you in the park? - here you would ask this question if you wanted to know if the person you are asking was in the park.


1) were you in the park

the 2nd one does not make sense

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