Which of the following is correct?
Why can't I see?
Why I can't see?
I am a bit confused, since both have inversion, negation and a "why" in the beginning.
The answer is, they're both correct. Just used in different situations.
"Why can't I see?" is a question, asking for the reason the "asker" is not perceiving something.
"Why I can't see" is a statement, not a question. In this case, the person who makes this statement is about to provide a reason for not perceiving something.
is a question.
may be used in a title.
is a statement.
is more applicable when you are asking a question .
will be considered grammatically wrong in this case.
However, if you want to talk about the reason behind it (make a statement ), you can use
in a sentence like this:
But in some countries like Singapore, Hong Kong, etc,
it is alright to ask a question both way.
This is perfectly complete meaningful sentence and interrogative sentence.
We can't use it in interrogative sentence. It is incomplete sentence.
It is completely meaningful sentence and not interrogative sentence.
It is completely meaningful sentence and interrogative sentence.
Question : Why can't I see ? For EG. This is a question that is genreally asked when you are able to see.. Statement : Why I can't See. For EG. This is a statement when you somebody is forcing you to not see anything.