|In 'indirect questions' with is/are, the verb (is) comes after the subject:
Where is the cinema? => Could you tell me where the cinema is?
There is no auxiliary verb 'did' in the 'indirect question':
Why did he move to Australia? => Do you have any idea why he moved to Australia.
|INTRODUCTORY WORD||WH QUESTION WORD||STATEMENT|
|Could you tell me
I don't know
I'd like to know
I was wondering
Do you know
Have you got any idea
|she is leaving for work.
he went home.
those people are.
|1) Could you tell me how much this smartphone is? 2) Do you know when the next bus arrives? 3) I was wondering why you moved to London? 4) I have no idea how long the meeting will last. 5) I don’t know when you’re going away? 6) I’m not sure where I should send the documents. 7) I’d like to know why he hasn’t finished his homework yet. 8) Jim wants to know what she is going to do this afternoon. 9) Please tell me where the museum is. 10) Have you got any idea when they got married?|