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Ok, see these examples:

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

So, weWe have no problem so far, right?

Now, suppose I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & " and a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like thesethis:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 aboveDo those two questions grammatically correctstill sound right when we put "How many" in the middle of the sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & " and a pound of weight loss" in"in question sentences?

Ok, see these examples:

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

Ok, see these examples:

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

We have no problem so far, right?

Now suppose I want to emphasize a day in heaven and a pound of weight loss, so I put them into the beginning like this:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Do those two questions still sound right when we put How many in the middle of the sentence?

If not, then how can we emphasize a day in heaven and a pound of weight loss"in question sentences?

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Ok, see these examples,

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?:

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

Ok, see these examples,

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

Ok, see these examples:

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

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Ok, see these examples,

How many days on earth equalsequal a day in heaven?

How many calories equalsequal a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

Ok, see these examples,

How many days on earth equals a day in heaven?

How many calories equals a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

Ok, see these examples,

How many days on earth equal a day in heaven?

How many calories equal a pound of weight loss?

So, we have no problem so far right?

Now, I want to emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss", so I want to put them into the beginning of the question sentence like these:

A day in heaven equals how many days on earth?

A pound of weight loss equals how many calories?

Are 2 above questions grammatically correct when we put "How many" in the middle of sentence?

If, they are not, then how can we emphasize "a day in heaven" & "a pound of weight loss" in question sentences?

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