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Wh- statement

From Teflpedia

A wh- statement is a statement with a wh- word either as its subject, or as a wh- adverb. In English, for example:

What to do in an emergency
Where to go in an emergency.

These basically consist of a wh- word followed by a verb phrase with a to infinitive as its head. The verb phrase may or may not include a direct object; What to eat lacks one while How to eat shellfish has one.

Some EFL learners try to use a wh- statement as a question, when they should really be using a wh- question.