The Allen and Greenough is still under construction;
so some links may not work quite the way you would expect.
331. Questions in Latin are introduced by special
interrogative words, and are not distinguished by the order of words, as
in English.[For a list of Interrogative Particles, see §217. d.]
NOTE: The form of Indirect Questions (in English introduced by whether, or by an interrogative pronoun or adverb) is in Latin the
same as that of Direct; the difference being only in the verb, which in
indirect questions is regularly in the Subjunctive (§754).