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The sentence, I don't know where is it, represents an error in word order.
1. probably where often formed a question.
2. probably because a noun clause was not recognized
My answer answer 1 & 2 are correct statements

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    2 is not correct. There's no noun clause there.

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    No, wait.

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    2 is correct; 1 is incorrect.

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    Hmmm, there's an indirect question in there, but no direct question. The indirect question is the noun clause.

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