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    who the father was

    "No one knew who was the father, and probably Katie wasn't too certain herself."

    I imagine that "... who the father was..." is a formal way of saying the same thing. Am I right?


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    Re: who the father was

    If you are asking "Who was the father?", then no - this structure is fine.

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