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A, "Is that not what happened?"

B, "No."

A, "What happened, then?" / "Then, what happened?" / "What did happen, then?" / "Then, what did happen?"

What can I use of these? Are they all natural here to native speakers?

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    All are equally natural to my ear. – Anton Sherwood Apr 9 at 1:03
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"What happened, then?" or "Then, what happened?"

For an English speaker, you can immediately throw away the last two options. Usually, I use the first one but the second one can also be used. It is completely on your preference because there is no exact rule on this.

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