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    #1

    why has he been summoned?/why has been he summoned?

    why has he been summoned?
    why has been he summoned?

    Which is the right question?

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    #2

    Re: why has he been summoned?/why has been he summoned?

    With a capital letter, #1 would be correct.

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    #3

    Re: why has he been summoned?/why has been he summoned?

    It is the first, or only, auxiliary verb that is involved in S-V inversion in a question.

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    Re: why has he been summoned?/why has been he summoned?

    I was practicing making questions.

    'been' here was modifying 'summoned'.

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