My question is about the -wh question words usage in a negative question (in bold below).
- Why he doesn't open the lights?
- Why doesn't he open the lights?
Is there a difference in meaning? If not which one is grammatically correct? I have searched "why he doesn't" and "why doesn't he" on Google and both came up with equal amount of results. Which one I should use to simply ask the reason of a negative action?
When I read the questions above I feel like there is a difference. In the first one, I just ask the reason. Why? I don't expect anything from him and I don't wonder about any motives. I simply ask the reason. Why? Reason can be as simple as "because he is lazy".
When I read the second sentence, it feels like I am annoyed because he doesn't open the lights and I expect him to open the lights.