Student or Learner
Could you tell me whether this sentence is correct?
Without what can't you visit your friends abroad?
I can't do it without having an invitation from them.
I would appreciate very much if you will point at a web site where I could find any information about such a case.
So, as far as I can understand you, this sentence is Ok.
But could you speculate on this subject. And I desperately need to read something about that. All my textbooks keep silence about that. What is it? Can I use it in official letters or it is just a colloquial formula. What about combination with a perfect infinitive. A lot of questions, I suppose that I just can't even formelate them. Where to look for information?
You're just as likely, probably more likely, to hear,
Without what? OR What did you say at the end there? OR What was that last part?
I wouldn't waste my time on it if I were you.
But if we want to ask, will we use 'to be able'?
Without what will you be unable to you visit your friends abroad?