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  1. #1

    wich sentence

    I'll like to know when am I going to go...to my...
    Or
    I'll like to know when I going to go....to my..

    Wich sentence is ok?

    Thanksssssss

    Monik

  2. #2

    Re: wich sentence

    when the question is part of a longer sentence the word order changes

    so...
    I'll like to know when am I going to go...
    but
    when I am going to go...

    Answer to my own question...

    Thanks

  3. #3

    Re: wich sentence

    It's not a matter of sentence length:

    I'd like to know when i am going.....

    when is a relative pronoun, thus what comes after is a new sentence without any new word order.
    Word order changes only when it's a question ? "When am i going to go?" or an exclamation "When am I going to go!"

    Cheers,

    Guillaume

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