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ThinkTank #8 - English


In indirect questions, you typically place the verb AFTER the subject, but in direct questions, you place the verb 'is' before the subject 'the bank'. This is similar to the grammar of reported questions. However, we use indirect questions in a different way from reported questions.

Indirect questions are seen to be more polite than direct questions and are typically used for formal contexts.

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