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  • 1. GROUP 5
  • 2. EMBEDDED QUESTION STRUCTURE 3
  • 3. Question
    • Could you explain to us about our question below! Does the sentence means to “Embedded Question?”
    • “ Do you know what the new product is like? ”
  • 4. Answer
    • The sentence above is composed of the main clause 
    • (basic sentence) .
    • The phrase 
    • "what the new product is like" is embedded question.  
  • 5. WHY EMBEDDED ?
    • In this sentence, the embedded question was contained in the basic sentence of interrogative sentence (Embedded question in a question).
  • 6. “ EMBEDDED QUESTION “
    • Embedded questions  are questions within another statement or question. They function as noun clauses and as such should generally follow  statement , not question, order. An Embedded Questions also may calls A question that appears in a declarative statement or in another question.
  • 7. THE PATTERN
    • Main clause + question word + subject + verb + ... Main clause + question word + word + subject + auxiliary verb +  not  + ..
  • 8. The Example
    • Could you tell me what the new product is like ?
    • Mario told me why he hasn’t decided to get married yet.
    • Do you want to know where I was last night?
    • Could you tell me what IS the new product like?
    • Mario told me why HASN’T he decided to get married yet.
    • Do you want to know where WAS I last night?
  • 9. THE CONCLUSION
    • 1. Main clause can be any arbitrary tense and sentence types (interrogative sentence, positive and negative).
    • 2. The word is also free to ask, as long as the sentence context to be conveyed.
    • 3. All the tense can be used in the embedded question, as long as the question is NOTembedded interrogative sentence, and throughout the follow tense sequences. 
    • For example: if the main clause in the past tense, do not use embedded in the simple present tense, or in simple future tense.
  • 10. THANK YOU 

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