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Which of the following is not a primary sentence pattern for asking questions in English?
A. Helping verb, subject, main verb
B. Subject, action verb, direct object, helping verb
C. Adverb, verb, subject
D. Adjective/pronoun, subject, interrogative verb


my answer is d.

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