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Example:

What does beer and wine have in common?

or

What do beer and wine have in common?

I've seen them both being used, the first form being more frequent, but I think the second form sounds more correct, although I can't be sure.

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What do beer and wine have in common?

is the question form of

Beer and wine have __ in common.

The subject of the question is the conjunct 'beer and wine', so the auxiliary verb DO takes the form for 3d person plural: do.

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The correct one is "What does beer and wine have in common?", because you use does with he / she / it and do with I / you / we / they. You can read more about it here

  • Incorrect. The common feature is singular. – Chenmunka Sep 17 '15 at 13:52

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