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    #1

    What there is at stake? or What is there at stake?

    I have a doubt. Which is correct?

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    Re: What there is at stake? or What is there at stake?

    Quote Originally Posted by marcodraper View Post
    I have a doubt. Which is correct?
    The second one.

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    #3

    Re: What there is at stake? or What is there at stake?

    Study the grammar rule of inversion in the interrogative.

    What is it?
    It is a car.

    Who am I?
    I am emsr2d2.

    Is there a bar?
    There is a bar.

    What is there to do here?
    There is a lot to do here.

    Is there a lot do to here?
    Yes, there is a lot to do here.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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