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    #1

    involves - does involves

    Are both sentences correct:
    A: None of them could say what it does involve.
    B: None of them could say what it involves.

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    Re: involves - does involves

    They're both grammatical.

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    #3

    Re: involves - does involves

    'does involves' in your thread title is not correct.

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