SUBJECT QUESTION:A subject question asks about the subject of the sentenceThe clown is selling balloonssubjectWho is selling balloons? The clown is.subject subjectWe do NOT change the word order of the question.
OBJECT QUESTION:An object question asks about the object of the sentenceThe clown met a little girl.objectWho did the clown meet? A little girl.objectWe MUST change the word order of the question.subjectobject
Ask subject or object questions:subjectWhat happened last night?An accident happened last night.
Ask subject or object questions:objectWhat is the waitress bringing?The waitress is bringing some wine.
Ask subject or object questions:subjectWho cleans the house every morning?Tom cleans the house every morningTom cleans the house every morning.objectWhat does Tom clean every morning?
Ask subject or object questions:subjectWho love playing outside?The children love playing outside.They always play volleyball.objectWhat do they always play?
Ask subject or object questions:subjectWho is flying a kite? ?Danny is flying a kite.He has got lots of kites.objectWhat has he got?
Ask subject or object questions:subjectWhat arrives at 6pm?The school bus arrives at 6pm.It brings Sue and Helen home.objectWho does it bring home?
Ask subject or object questions:subjectWho has just arrived?The milkman has just arrived.He brings milk every morning.objectWhat does he bring every morning?
Good bye.I hope you havelearned subject andobject questions.
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