Check this what you have done?

Is what you have done?
or what have you done?

which one is correct?


The second one, normally.

Normally,which means there is exception right?

No, it meansthat “what you have done?” can be used, but for a different purpose, a different meaning.

Jenny (suddenly): I feel terrible about it.
Molly: What you have done? Had the abortion?
Jenny: Yes. terrible.

There “what you have done” means the same as “the thing that you have done/did”. With “what you have done?” in the above context, Molly is aware of what Jenny has done.

O.O i see
Thx a lot