How to do it? Here’s some useful language:
Let’s start easy:
…where is Victoria Station?
…is there a bank nearby?
‘nearby’ means ‘near here’.
…how can I get to Trafalgar Square?
Remember that get is followed by the preposition ‘to’ and not ‘at’: how can I get
at to Trafalgar Square?
Indirect questions usually sound more ‘polite’:
…do you know where the station is?
When asking indirect questions, remember that you need to invert the subject and the verb only once: do you know where
is the station is?
…could you tell me where the…
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