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Are these correct sentences?

What do you see? = 你在看到什么?or 你在看什么?
Who do you see? = 你看到谁?or 你看谁?

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For learning: Chinese (Mandarin)
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    What do you see? = 你 看到 什么?
    Whom do you see? = 你 看到 谁?
    What are you looking at? = 你 看 什么?
    Whom are you looking at? = 你 看 谁?

    what do you see?你看到了什么?
    what did you say?你看到什么了?
    in Chinese“了”represents a kind of tense.it usually represents the past tense.but it has different grammatical structures in Chinese if placed different .many Chinese usually use it but can't clear its other grammatical structures except the past tense.
    translating these two sentenses into Chinese .it hardly to look differences.

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