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Which one is correct ? “I don't know what was that ” vs “I don't know what that was” [duplicate]

Which one is correct ? "I don't know what was that" or "I don't know what that was"
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The difference between “How does it work?” and “How it works?” [duplicate]

Suppose , that I have an object and I am describing how it works to other people. Which sentence of the below should I use? Why? How does it work? How it works? Please give an explanation.
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“What are you saying” vs “What you are saying” [duplicate]

I don't understand the correct meaning and concept of the following sentences. 1. I can't hear what are you saying? 2. I can't hear what you are saying? another example; 1. Where are you ...
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Is “Why shoud not we do sth.” grammatically correct? [duplicate]

When I talk about something,I will tell people not to do something and why,so,should I use Why should not we do sth. or Why we should not do sht. Which one is grammatically correct?
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What job should I have or What job I should have? [duplicate]

I want to ask myself what kind of job I'm gonna do. I want to know which one should be ok: What job should I have? What job I should have? Thanks,
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Which of these two is correct, “What should everyone know?” or “What everyone should know?” [duplicate]

Which of the above is correct usage and why. I saw this edit in a stackoverflow question and it got me wondering why was it edited. Is it just because the first one sounds better?
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“Why Londoners didn't understand Frieda?” vs. “Why didn't Londoners understand Frieda?” [duplicate]

Which of these is a more natural-sounding sentence: Why Londoners didn't understand Frieda? Why didn't Londoners understand Frieda? It seems that we oftener say "why didn't you do this?" and not "...
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“Do you know where's Linda?” vs “Do you know where Linda is?”

Which of the following is a correct sentence: Does anyone know where's Linda? Does anyone know where Linda is? Does anyone know why and how to use above usage if #2 is correct. Also please let me ...
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At what time I should / should I come tomorrow?

Which of the following sentences is correct? At what time I should come tomorrow? At what time should I come tomorrow? I'd like to know where I should put the word should.
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“How Internet helps you?” vs “How does Internet help you?”

Which one of the following sentences is correct: "How Internet helps you?" "How does Internet help you?" Is it always mandatory to use "do" in how-questions?
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What is the difference between “why are you worried” and “why you are worried”? [closed]

What is the difference between these two sentences? Why are you worried? Why you are worried? Which one is correct?
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Why {you did not / did not you} drink that juice?

Which of the followings is correct? 1) why you did not drink that juice? 2) why did not you drink that juice? I think both of them are correct but I don't know which one is more formal! Any ...
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Do you know what his name is? [duplicate]

Do you know what his name is? Do you know what is his name? I saw this in grammar text book. The first is the correct one because "Subject + Verb". The second is wrong. We do usually say "What ...
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Inverted word order in question like sub-sentence

What is the name of a structure that usually contains "how" or "what" and inverted word order but is not a question? Example: "Our goal is to investigate until we know how it was done".
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Which on is correct? “Having said that, why we should select an old job?” or “Having said that, why should we select an old job?”

Which one is correct? "Having said that, why we should select an old job?" or "Having said that, why should we select an old job?", and why?

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