One of the questions lists "Où je mets mes chaussures d'habitude ?" as a
correct answer. However, this does not appear to be one of the three ways of asking a
question given in the lesson. According to the lesson, où must be
followed by inversion (or est-ce que), so it would be "Où mets-je mes chaussures
d'habitude ?" Why isn't inversion needed here?
In the lesson linked to your question I couldn't find where it says that où must be followed by inversion.
The three ways to ask the question::
Où je mets mes chaussures? or Je mets mes chaussures où? Où est-ce que je mets mes chaussures? Où mets-je mes chaussures?
Just to add to the discussion,
Où mets-je mes chaussures ...?
is possible but it does sound very posh just like 'puis-je' and you would avoid it in everyday speech.
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