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Hi there,

Which of these two questions is correct?

1. What you did for your thesis?

2. What did you do for your thesis?

By the way I'm new to this forum, appreciate if someone could advice.

regards,
Jeeva
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Hi Jeeva,

Welcome to English Forums.

Your second (2) question is correct; the first (1) is not. We are happy to help with any further problems you may have.
Another question, which one is correct?

1. I'm sorry, my handphone has gone out of order since yesterday.

2. I'm sorry, my handphone is out of order since yesterday.

Apprecaite your feedback, thank you.

Regards,
Jeeva
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The natural sentence would be:

3. I'm sorry, my handphone has been out of order since yesterday.
What did you do for your thesis?

i think this is correct

hi im eric
Thank you.
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Another question, can i write: It's (is) confirmed, tuesday 7th Sept., 9.30am.

Is the use of 'it is' grammatical correct?
Depending on what 'it' refers to, yes, jeeva. The sentence itself needs a touch of revision if it is to be written in a business-like manner:

'It's (is) confirmed: Tuesday, September 7th, at 9.30am.'

or

'It's (is) confirmed for Tuesday, September 7th, at 9.30am.'
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