I have four sentences below, showing the different locations of “what, which” in a sentence.
- What is the right of innocent passage, and in which part of the oceans does it apply?
- What is the right of innocent passage, and it applies to which part of the oceans?
- What do you call it?
- You call it what?
The 1st and 3rd sentences are original. I moved “which, what” to the rear part of these sentences as the 2nd and 3rd sentences show.
Do you think the modified sentences sound natural? I mean do native speakers will say in that way? Or the modified ones are grammatically wrong at all?