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What is the difference in meaning of these two sentences?When should I use second type of structure? Please explain & give some other examples if possible.
1) what are you looking at?
2) What you are looking at?
Thank you very much Harry Smith & RonBee for replying.
Does anyone remember a song by Madonna, Vogue?
At the very beginning of the song, I recall hearing her whisper "What you're looking at!". It is not written in the lyrics I've found, so I could have misheard it. It could be "What you looking at!".
Anyway, I'm not saying it is correct, but I was wondering if, in a highly colloquial, oral context, it could be heard.