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How to form indirect questions

So how we do make our questions more polite? It’s easy! It’s a bit like joining two questions together:

TWO QUESTIONS:  Do you know?    +    Where is the nearest bus station?

ONE QUESTION:    Do you know where the nearest bus station is?

DIFFERENCE: The verb moves to the end of the question after the subject.

See if you can make indirect questions in tomorrow’s grammar exercise!

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