Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 18 Questions

  • What are yes/no questions?
    What are wh- questions?
    How do we form a yes/no question from a statement that contains an auxiliary verb?
    How do we form questions that are in simple present or the simple past?
    Is the structure of the question the same when the question seeks the subject for an answer?

    Grade 10 Grammar Lesson 18 Questions (1)
  •  We normally ask a question for information. A question may be a Yes/No one or a Wh– one. A Yes/No question begins in an auxiliary verb while a wh– question begins in a wh– word such as who, whose, what, which, where , when, why, how (exception).
  • A statement that contains an auxiliary is changed into a Yes/No question by placing the auxiliary verb before the subject
  •  A statement which takes some in positive takes any or no in question form.
  •  For a present simple and a past simple statement, we use a form of do to begin the question.
  •  Most wh– questions are in the structure: Wh– auxiliary + subject + verb.?
  •  However, when the question seeks the subject as the answer, wh– is followed by a statement structure.

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