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  1. cherran
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    Correct way to ask "Why" questions

    What is the correct way to ask question begins with why

    1. Why is the sky blue?
    2. Why the sky is blue?

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    Re: Correct way to ask "Why" questions

    Why is the sky blue?

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    Re: Correct way to ask "Why" questions

    ***Neither a teacher nor a native speaker.***

    Question word + any form of be:
    What is wrong?
    Who is wrong?
    Why is it wrong?
    When is it wrong?

    Which (one) is wrong?

    Sorry for the stupid examples, but I hope you understand the system.

    Cheers!

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