I think 'Do you have children yet?' is also a correct option. What do native English speakers say?
In English "already" sounds like the speaker feels the person is too young to have children, while "yet" sounds like the speaker feels the person waited too long to have them.
Putting "ja'" at the beginning of the sentence suggests 'already' putting "ja'" a the end suggests "yet".
as "filhos" here is supposed to be in general sense, "children" works better, but "sons" also works.
I want to know if the adverbs must be after the subject and befor the verb in the positive sentense and where will it be if the sentense is negative ???
What is better: "Do you already have children ?" or "Do you have children already?"
Do you already have children? is better. The second sentence sounds as if you are really surprised by the fact that someone has kids. It represents a less natural placement of "already," and it feels as if there should be an exclamation point after it.
I would like to know if always the adverb " sompre , competamente , jà .... etc " must be after the subject and before the verb in the positive sentense and where will it be in the negative sentense