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What is the right way to ask a question in terms of its word order?

first:

What the impact it has?

What the name it has?

What the taste the water had?

What was the taste of the water?

second:

What the impact does it have?

What the name it does it have?

What the taste the water did have?

What the taste of the water was?

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    The answer to this other question might be helpful: ell.stackexchange.com/a/84529 – ColleenV Apr 6 '17 at 19:54
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    "What impact does it have?" and usually we say "How did the water taste?" or "What did the water taste like?" – Stew C Apr 6 '17 at 22:17
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The first set you showed is correct only for the "What was the taste of the water?"

The second set has the first three nearly correct. What impact does it have?

What name does it have?

What taste did the water have?

You don't need to include an article in front of "name", "impact", or "taste".

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