Which of the following is correct:
People ask me, what google.com is?
People ask me, what is google.com?
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The correct formulation is what my idea is. It's called a "noun clause" or a "content clause." The other order is used for asking questions. It could be used in a direct quotation (e.g., People ask me, "What is your idea?" Notice, however, the change in pronouns.