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  1. jomo27's Avatar
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    #1

    A or B ?

    A or B ?


    A. What kind of clothes would you like to buy?

    B. What kind of clothes you would like to buy?


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    Re: A or B ?

    #a


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    #3

    Re: A or B ?

    A

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    #4

    Re: A or B ?

    When a WH-word or phrase heads/begins a sentence, the subject and auxilliary verb switch places, like this:

    You would like to buy what kind of clothes?
    What kind of clothes would you like to buy?

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