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1. What trick you do want to learn?
2. What trick do you want to learn about?

I saw on other forums, someone asked using the 2. I wonder that's a correct way to ask or not.
Which is the right way to ask?
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Hello Cyshing- and welcome to English Forums.

In a real conversation, you would be understood no matter which way you asked the question. Out of context, however, this would be the difference:

1. What trick you do want to learn?-- The speaker is referring to the method of performing the trick.

2. What trick do you want to learn about?-- The speaker is referring to the history, development, etc of the trick.
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Ok, thanks.