A (non)question sentence

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Saul Sayers

I wonder if i should say " i wonder what games does he play"
"I wonder what games he plays".

Personally, i chose the latter. Which one is correct?
  • heypresto

    Senior Member
    English - England
    Neither is correct without a capitalised 'I' or a full stop/period at the end. :)

    That aside, you're right to choose the second one: 'I wonder what games he plays.' is correct.


    Senior Member
    British English (Sussex)
    There are many threads on I wonder... and I wonder what... You can find them below our dictionary definitions for "wonder". (Just type I wonder what into the dictionary search box.)

    For example:
    I wonder what <she is> <is she> doing.

    I agree with heypresto of course.:)

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