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Instead of

"What colors are you using to paint the waterfall and how are you using those colors?"

is the following also grammatically correct?

"How are you using what colors to paint the waterfall?"


Instead of

"What information are marketers trying to convey in the advertisement and how are they trying to convey that information?"

is the following also grammatically correct?

"How are marketers trying to convey what information in the advertisement campaign?"

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Your original questions: "What colors are you using to paint the waterfall and how are you using those colors?" and "What information are marketers trying to convey in the advertisement and how are they trying to convey that information?" both have the words what and how in the same sentence already. Both following sentences are not grammatically correct.

  • Your shorter sentences are confusing to the reader. – Kate Bunting Mar 17 at 9:07
  • why aren't the following sentences grammatically correct? – user1949723 Mar 19 at 17:53

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