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Is the Asking questions in below format is correct?

a) Where you brought all these vegetables from?

  • Do you mean buy, bought or bring, brought? Have you done any research on sentences with where or what or why or when? – Lambie Sep 21 '18 at 13:48
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Not in Standard English. Main clause interrogatives like this require subject-auxiliary inversion: "Where did you bring all these vegetables from?" Note that the plain verb-form "bring" is required after the auxiliary verb "did".

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The format of the question is not quite correct. You need to have:

  • auxiliary verb + subject + verb

So, we would say:

Where did (aux verb) you (subject) bring (verb) all these vegetables from?

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