訳:What do I try?
I think both sentences are correct. But I'm not sure which is better. Please tell me why "What will I try" is much better than "What do I try" or what the difference between the two sentences is. ....... Btw, I like your YouTube channel, actually. I subbed!
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In English I think it is less common to say "What do I try?" because if you're asking that question, it's usually describing something that hasn't happened yet, like you're asking yourself the question: "What am I going to try?" It's not grammatically wrong to say "What do I try?" but I think it's less common. It's more common for people to ask a question in the present tense like: "What do I want?" or "What do I think?"
Also in English if I say "What do I try?" I think it has more a connotation of saying "What do I (want) to try?" just like saying: "What do I say?" it seems to mean: "What am I to say?" or "What could I say?"
Would I use “what do I try?” when asking someone else to recommend something to me for the first time? For example, if I’m in a restaurant for the first time looking at the menu, and my friend has been to the same restaurant many times before, then I would ask my friend, “What do I try?”. And would I use “What will I try?” when asking myself as I consider what to order from the menu?
I do think "What will I try?" communicates more that you are thinking to yourself about what you want to order.
In the first situation I think it would sound more natural to ask "What do I want?" instead. In that situation though I might be more direct and ask: "What would you recommend?"