A good artist <has/ does have> a great imagination power.

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Ajl

Member
Hindi
A good artist does have a great imagination power.
or
A good artist has a great imagination power.

What is the difference between these two sentences?
Are both the sentences correct? In what context?
 
  • bluegiraffe

    Senior Member
    English - England
    The first sentence would be written in response to a statement stating otherwise:

    "A good artist doesn't have good imaginative power."
    "You're wrong, a good artist does have goot imaginative power".

    The second sentence is just a statement.
     

    Ajl

    Member
    Hindi
    Ok yeah thanks. It is clear now, but can I say the first sentence as a statement just to make my point more emphatic?
     
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