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I made up a sentence: "She feeds the shark fishes."

How to ask about the subject, the 1st object and the 2nd object?

Maybe:

  1. Who feeds the shark fishes?
  2. Who does she feed fishes?
  3. What does she feed the shark?

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When I first saw your sentence I thought you were using 'shark fish' as the name of the creature! It would be better to say:

She feeds the shark with fish, or

She feeds fish to the shark.

  1. Who does she feed fish to?

  2. What does she feed the shark with?

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  • You forgot "Who feeds the shark?"
    – Mari-Lou A
    Dec 8, 2020 at 10:38
  • Can I say "Who does she feed the shark with?", using "who" instead of "what"?
    – Vova
    Dec 8, 2020 at 18:41
  • Only if she feeds a person to the shark! (or a named animal). Dec 8, 2020 at 19:48

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