I tried Doesn't count? As in (It) doesn't count. does anyone know why I'm wrong in this?
I read this as a question "does it count" and that was my reply. ? to say it does not count is a statement and does not require ? marks.
In both Spanish and English you can ask a question with a declarative sentence structure. Intonation is used to tell the listener it is a spoken question. The question mark is the clue in a written sentence. (However, if this sentence was framed with exclamation points it could a command - "Do not count!")
Wouldn't the form of this verb be cuentas if it was spoken directly to someone?
It approved my "Don't you count?" which is different from "It does not count?". Which one is more accurate?
but ... but ... it's a question ... and while sometimes we can just stick a question mark on the end of a sentence in English to form a question, it is irregular to do so.