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  1. GGump
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    Get a question. Thank you!

    Someone said" I am wondering......"

    Then, should I ask "what are you wondering?" or "you are wondering what?"?

    Which is correct? Or both are right/wrong?

    Thank you~~~ :D

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    #2
    I'd use the first- the second could sound a bit abrupt and might be seen as rude or sarcastic.

  2. GGump
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    O...I see. Thank you tdol~~ :)

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    You're welcome.

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