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You point to this pattern I should take to express the idea.

How to transform the above sentence into a question which starts with "which pattern"?

Can I say "Which pattern did you point to I should take to express the idea"? Also, can I substitute "refer to" for "point to"?

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Refer to.

Which pattern did you refer to I should take to express the idea

but that sentance still does not make sense, there is a conjunction or ? missing

Which pattern did you refer to in order for me to express the idea

or

Which pattern did you refer to so that i may express the idea

i am really just guessing because i am uncertain of you original sentence. The word "pattern" is not clear to me in the context of expressing an idea

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