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  1. vaibhavmaskar
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    whether might he?

    1. Whether might he look like me or not?

    2. Whether he might look like me or not?

    I want to ask in question form. Which is correct (1, 2) form? -Not sure but 1st

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    Re: whether might he?

    Neither is a complete sentence. That said, #1 does not work for me.

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    Re: whether might he?

    Neither is a correct sentence. Neither is a question nor an assertion.
    You appear to putting forward a proposition "He might look like me" or "He looks like me". And you want to make it a question. The simplest way is "Does he look like me?"

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    Re: whether might he?

    In certain contexts, you might be able to make a case for "Might he look like me?"
    Remember - if you don't use correct capitalisation, punctuation and spacing, anything you write will be incorrect.

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