- What are you doing?
- What you are doing?
Are both sentences correct? If so, then what is the difference between them?
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Your first is correct, asking what a person is doing.
But your second sentence is incorrect as it cannot stand alone like that. By phrasing like so in your second sentence, it becomes part of a statement rather than a question. So an example would be:
What you are doing is incorrect as there isn't an extra wire in that diagram.