May I know which of the statement below is grammatical ? 

(1) Explain how could a CEO explores them to plan and implement organizational strategies.  

(2) (1) Explain how a CEO could explore them to plan and implement organizational strategies.  

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joshua posted:

May I know which of the statement below is grammatical ? 

(1) Explain how could a CEO explores them to plan and implement organizational strategies.  

(2) (1) Explain how a CEO could explore them to plan and implement organizational strategies. 

Hi, Joshua—Both sentences are totally ungrammatical. You haven't used "explore"/"explores" grammatically in either sentence, and (1) suffers from the additional error, common among English language learners whose grammar is weak, that you have used inversion in an embedded question.  You can't explore someone to do something. Maybe the word you're looking for is "implore." If you changed "explore" to "implore," then (2) would be correct:

(2a) Explain how a CEO could implore them to plan and implement organizational strategies.

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