The answer I gave was Where do you want to buy new shoes?. I was marked wrong; the "correct" answer was given as Where do you fancy buying new shoes?. Their answer is so off the mark it's hard to know where to begin, but I am standing by my answer. Reported, of course.
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answer is wrong it says "where you want to buy new shoes" the "do" is missing
The "do" is implied when it is a question. Like Cuantas secretarias tiene? which means How many secretaries do you have?.
It's a question, 'do' gets added in.
Donde quieres... Where you buy, is grammatically incorrect English as a literal translation.
¿Donde quieres comprar... Where do you buy...
As if someone would like to buy old ones somewhere - Well there may be those, too... I couldn't tell, And on the other hand, if they are second hand (feet) shoes, they are new to the new owner, HUH?