What is the correct sentence?
Who comes to your house every this vacation?
Who comes to your house this vacation?
- 2 months agoFavourite answer
"Who will come to your house this vacation?" - Asking who will visit this particular time
"Who comes to your house every vacation?" - Asking who it is that visits every time there is a vacation
- RPLv 72 months ago
The second is correct. The problem with the first is "every" does not belong.
- FlorineLv 42 months ago
Both have slight errors. Here's how you could fix both:
1st sentence) Eliminate "this" -> "Who comes to your house every vacation?"
Now, that is grammatically correct, but if that's not what you were trying to say, (maybe you just want to ask about a specific vacation....) then perhaps the second one can be adjusted.
2nd sentence) "Who will come to your house for this vacation?" (there's a few other ways you could say this, too).