When you say "But does the chicken order chicken soup? " it feels as though you want to know whether the chicken orders the soup or not. However, if you use "But the chicken orders the chicken soup?" it gives a feeling as if the speaker is shocked that the chicken ordered the chicken soup. I don't know much either but I shared what I know so if anyone wants to add to this, they are more than welcome to. Sorry if it was a bit confusing. I'm not good at explaining:) and sorry for the late answer but hope this helps anyone else with the same question:)
When you say "However does the chicken order chicken soup" it means you want to know if the chicken orders the soup or not. However the given sentence would mean something more like the speaker being shocked that the chicken ordered the chicken soup. Hope this helped and sorry if it was a late response. I'm new to this app XD
"-니" sentence ending is a question ending. It depends on the intonation of the speaker or context of the sentence, it can mean an expression of surprise or pure sarcasm. Whatever the case, it is meant to direct at close friends (sometimes colleagues/mates) or younger people only.
Tonight (2020 July27) this sentence will not let me type any answer. It just stays gray and accepts nothing. I clicked SKIP and it was counted wrong. Then I got a difference sentence, which let me type. Then the program went back to this sentence, and it still will not let me type any answer. :(