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Overview of the basic structure of questions in English

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Questions

  1. 1. Questions
  2. 2. Questions
  3. 3. name…where from… studying…how long…
  4. 4. Can you makequestions forthese? name… where from… studying… how long…
  5. 5. yes/no questions
  6. 6. Is she happy?
  7. 7. Do you live in Rome?
  8. 8. Can they speak Spanish?
  9. 9. Have you finished?
  10. 10. Might they have been listening?
  11. 11. wh-questions
  12. 12. wh-wordsjournalists’ questions
  13. 13. wh-wordsjournalists’ questionswhowhatwhenwherewhyhow
  14. 14. wh-wordsjournalists’ questions and also…whowhatwhenwherewhyhow
  15. 15. wh-wordsjournalists’ questions and also…who whom; whosewhat whichwhenwherewhyhow how much; how many how +adj./adv.
  16. 16. wh-words interrogative pronouns:who whom; whosewhat whichwhenwherewhyhow how much; how many how +adj./adv.
  17. 17. wh-words interrogative adverbs:who whom; whosewhat whichwhenwherewhyhow how much; how many how +adj./adv.
  18. 18. How is your brother?
  19. 19. Where have you been?
  20. 20. What did you do?
  21. 21. When are they coming?
  22. 22. wh-questions are also calledinformation questions
  23. 23. yes/no questions vs.information questions
  24. 24. Does she live in Rome? vs.Where does she live ?
  25. 25. Does she live in Rome? vs.Where does she live ?
  26. 26. pronunciation
  27. 27. Does she live in Rome?
  28. 28. Does she live in Rome?
  29. 29. Does she live in Rome?
  30. 30. Where does she live ?
  31. 31. Where does she live ?
  32. 32. Where does she live ?
  33. 33. Does she live in Rome?Where does she live ?
  34. 34. Does she live in Rome?Where does she live ?
  35. 35. Does she live in Rome?Where does she live ?
  36. 36. inversion
  37. 37. He is Italian.
  38. 38. subject verb He is Italian.
  39. 39. subject verb He is Italian. Is he Italian?
  40. 40. He is working.
  41. 41. He is working.Is he working?
  42. 42. Is he Italian?Is he working?
  43. 43. primary verb Is he Italian? Is he working?auxiliary verb
  44. 44. primary verb Is he Italian? Is he working?auxiliary main verb verb
  45. 45. primarywh- /auxiliarword y subject main verb all the rest Is he Italian? Is he working ? Are they studying today? What are they studying today?
  46. 46. She lives in Rome.
  47. 47. mainsubject verb She lives in Rome.
  48. 48. mainsubject verb She lives in Rome. Does she live in Rome? aux. verb
  49. 49. conjugated She lives in Rome. Does she live in Rome?conjugated base form
  50. 50. wh-word auxiliary subject main verb all the rest Does she live in Rome? Do you have a pen? Did they come yesterday? Where did they go yesterday?
  51. 51. You can speak Spanish.
  52. 52. modal verbsubject You can speak Spanish. Can you speak Spanish?
  53. 53. main verbYou can speak Spanish.Can you speak Spanish? base form
  54. 54. wh-word modal subject main verb all the rest Can you speak Spanish? Would you like a coffee? Could you help me? When may I go ?
  55. 55. summary
  56. 56. primary/wh- auxiliaryword /modal subject main verb all the rest here Were you yesterday? Was he paid last week? Have you been to Paris? What should they do ?
  57. 57. primary/wh- auxiliaryword /modal subject main verb all the rest here Were you yesterday? Was he paid last week? Have you been to Paris? What should they do ?
  58. 58. almost all English questions* form this sandwich:
  59. 59. almost all English questions* form this sandwich: grammar verb subject main verb
  60. 60. almost all English questions* form this sandwich: grammar verb subject main verb * but what is the obvious exception
  61. 61. main verbubesjgrammar verb
  62. 62. homework
  63. 63. www.davidnicholson.it

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