I have a question about this sentence. Please help me to clarify it.

"On which dates the community center will be closed ?"

Is there anything wrong in this sentence? And what should be the correction?

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When you ask a question, the direct verb always gets placed second in a sentence. However, in your sentence you put the community center, which isn't a verb, second. So the correct sentence should read "On which dates will the community center be closed?". Note that the verb be is put at the end since it is an infinitive, whereas will is the direct verb in this sentence.

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