I'm trying to find some examples or documentation about this topic. From time to time, I struggle when I have a How, What, When, Where or Why in a normal sentence, since when you write a question would be like this:
- What are you doing?
- What is expected of you?
- How is this addressed?
- Who is the most experienced in your team?
- Who has considerable experience?
However, these are questions and generally, the format is: WH-word + auxiliary verb + ...?, but what if you have a regular sentence? I know that you should not follow the WH-word by an auxiliary verb (to do, to be, to have, etc.), would be OK to say?
- What you're doing.
- What of you is expected.
- How this is addressed.
- Who the most experienced in your team is.
- Who a considerable experience has.
Could you correct me if I'm wrong? Or how should I rephrase them when I'm not asking questions. Thanks.