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There are two men talking. One man smelled a fishy smell and grumbled about it. And the other man didn't smell it. So the second man said, "What are you saying stinks?"

Is the sentence "What are you saying stinks?" correct in this situation? Or in this situation, we should say "What are you saying the stench comes from?" or "Where are you saying the stench comes (from)from?"

There are two men talking. One man smelled a fishy smell and grumbled about it. And the other man didn't smell it. So the second man said, "What are you saying stinks?"

Is the sentence "What are you saying stinks?" correct in this situation? Or in this situation, we should say "What are you saying the stench comes from?" or "Where are you saying the stench comes (from)?"

There are two men talking. One man smelled a fishy smell and grumbled about it. And the other man didn't smell it. So the second man said, "What are you saying stinks?"

Is the sentence "What are you saying stinks?" correct in this situation? Or in this situation, we should say "What are you saying the stench comes from?" or "Where are you saying the stench comes from?"

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There are two men talking. One man smelled a fishy smell and grumbled about it. And the other man didn't smell it. So the second man said, "What are you saying stinks?"

Is the sentence "What are you saying stinks?" correct in this situation? Or in this situation, we should say "What are you saying the stench comes from?" or "Where are you saying the stench comes (from)?"

There are two men talking. One man smelled a fishy smell and grumbled about it. And the other man didn't smell it. So the second man said, "What are you saying stinks?"

Is the sentence "What are you saying stinks?" correct in this situation?

There are two men talking. One man smelled a fishy smell and grumbled about it. And the other man didn't smell it. So the second man said, "What are you saying stinks?"

Is the sentence "What are you saying stinks?" correct in this situation? Or in this situation, we should say "What are you saying the stench comes from?" or "Where are you saying the stench comes (from)?"

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