I want to see the difference between

What's your another tip for that?

What's another tip for that?

Do they both seem grammatically correct?


What's your another tip for that? is not grammatically correct, and it's not clear what it means. Tip is a countable noun, so it needs no more than one determiner, but both your and another are determiners.

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    @busi You could say What's another tip of yours for that? – Jason Bassford Sep 4 '18 at 16:05

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