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How are indirect questions formed

introduced by an interrogative word
verbs in the subjunctive

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indirect question of "who are you?"

I know who you are

"who you are" is the object of "know".
Introduced by interrogative word "who"
"you are" would be in the subjunctive in Latin

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Main clause primary sequence, subordinate clause present time (facio)

present subjunctive

faciam

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Main clause primary sequence, subordinate clause future time (facio)

future subjunctive periphrastic

(facturus sim)

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Main clause primary sequence, subordinate clause past time (facio)

perfect subjunctive

(fecerim)

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Main clause secondary sequence, subordinate clause present time (facio)

imperfect subjunctive

(facerem)

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Main clause secondary sequence, subordinate clause future time (facio)

future imperfect periphrastic

(facturus essem)

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Main clause secondary sequence, subordinate clause past time (facio)

pluperfect subjunctive

(fecissem)

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Quid sentio

What do I feel?

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Rogavi quid sentirem

I asked what I felt

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I know what I feel

Scio quid sentiam

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I know what you will do

Scio quid acturus sis

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They did not know whether you were coming with me or staying with him

Nesciverunt utrum venires(ne) mecum an cum eo maneres

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In double indirect questions, if the second question is negative

necne is used more frequently than an non

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what are indirect questions

subordinate noun clauses which serve as the object (sometimes the subject) of the words on which they depend.

these words usually, but not always, express or imply actions that take place in the head (saying, thinking, seeing, perceiving, knowing, asking)