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Hi. My name is Rebecca, and in todays lesson, were going to talk about something called: Embedded Questions. Okay? Now, many English learners have a difficult time when theyre framing questions, because you have to change the word order. But embedded questions actually require you to change the order back again, so they can be even more confusing, unless you understand the principle. So, please make sure you pay attention to this one. A lot of English students dont recognize that theyre making a mistake because theyve taken so much trouble to learn the regular way of asking questions, that they dont realize that when you have an embedded question, you need to change that order all over again. Okay? So, what is an embedded question? An embedded question is not a question that you ask somebody in bed. An embedded question is a question that is found inside another question, or inside a sentence or statement. All right? So thats enough theory for now. Lets look at the actual r