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    Is this correct?

    "What food don't you like?"

    Usually we use "What food you don't like?"
    One of the english teacher was using this sentence and I want to confirm here if it's correct or wrong.

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    Re: Is this correct?

    Quote Originally Posted by Unregistered View Post
    "What food don't you like?"

    Usually we use "What food you don't like?"
    One of the english teacher was using this sentence and I want to confirm here if it's correct or wrong.
    "What food don't you like?" is correct question grammar.

    "...what food you don't like..." is not a question. For example, I can write 'I don't know what food you don't like or can not eat.'

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