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    Why you went home early?

    "Why you went home early?" Or should it always be "Why did you go home early?"

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    Re: Why you went home early?

    Quote Originally Posted by birgit33 View Post
    "Why you went home early?" Or should it always be "Why did you go home early?"
    The first is incorrect. The second is correct. The word order you used might be heard in "Tell me why you went home early" but that isn't a question, it's a demand.
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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