I have confusion in asking question like, If I want to ask about Tea came or not.

  • Is Tea came
  • Did Tea come

Which one is correct or both wrong? Is there any other way to ask it. Thank you


The usual way to ask such a question would be:

Has tea come (yet)?

But it would also be perfectly idiomatic to ask:

Is tea coming (soon)?
Has tea been served?
Is tea ready (yet)?
When/What time is tea served?
(Is there) any sign of tea? (very informal)

To ask is tea came is neither idiomatic nor correct English.

To ask did tea come is possible and likely in certain contexts. In most situations, if you were asking someone whether tea had already been served, native English speakers would probably ask has tea come/been served.

  • Thank you for your answer. It is very informative. – r15 Jan 22 '19 at 10:52

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