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    #1

    Question Which is correct?

    Tell me the way how you could do it


    Please, Look at red "How"


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    A. with which way

    B. which way


    Is "How" instead of A correct ? or Is "How" instead of B correct ?

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    Re: Which is correct?

    The sentence is wrong, so your questions have no answer.
    The sentence should be "Tell me how you could do it" or "Tell me the way you could do it". And using 'would' instead of 'could' would be much more common. You could write it as, "Tell me the way in which you would do it."
    Last edited by Raymott; 23-Feb-2015 at 12:49. Reason: typo

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    #3

    Re: Which is correct?

    I don't understand your question I'm afraid.

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    Re: Which is correct?

    Tell me the way you could do it.

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    Re: Which is correct?

    Seo Jin Su, for the second time, a better title would have been Tell me the way how you could do it.

    Extract from the Posting Guidelines:

    'Thread titles should include all or part of the word/phrase being discussed.'

    You thanked me for my post when I told you this before, but you have done exactly the same again.

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