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Questions And Its Types.

Question:
(Interrogative Sentence)

A question is a statement or
a sentence that is asked to
inquire about something and
in return an answer is
provided.
Types Of Questions.
There are Three Main Types of Questions;
that are given below:
1. Questions that start with an inquiring word like:
what, how, which, who, etc.

2. Questions that start with an Auxiliary Verb like:
Is, Am, Are, etc.

3. Question Tags that are asked for confirmation and have two
patterns like:
Auxiliary + n’t + subject OR Auxiliary + Subject.
1. Questions starting with an inquiring word.
These types of questions start with an inquiring/question
word.
A list of Inquiring/question words is given below:

• What

• Where

• When

• Who

• Which

• Whose

• Why

• How
Examples:
Where do you live?

Which one is better?
How old are you?
What are you doing?
When are you leaving?
Who was with you?

Why are you so late?
Whose bag is this?
2. Questions starting with an Auxiliary Verb
(Helping Verb)
These types of questions start with an Auxiliary Verb/
Helping Verb.
Some common Auxiliary Verbs used are:
Examples
Is
Will
Was

Am
Would
Were

Are
Shall
Does

Did
Can

Have
Could

Has
Do
Examples:
Is it raining?
Am I looking good?
Are you feeling alright?
Will you marry me?
Would you mind replying me?
Shall we leave now?
Can you come tomorrow?
Did you clean your room?
Was she okay?
Does she like you?
3. Question Tags.
These types of Questions are asked for confirmation. These
questions have two patterns according to their positivity
and negativity.
1: Positive Question tags:
Positive question tags have a pattern like:
Auxiliary + n’t + subject.
2. Negative question tags:
Negative question tags have a pattern like:
Auxiliary + subject.
Examples of Positive question tags:
 It’s a lovely weather, isn’t it?
 You broke the glass, didn’t you?
 You will come to the party, won’t you?
 She dances gracefully, doesn’t she?
 You are free, aren’t you?
 You’ve done your work, haven’t you?
Examples of Negative Question Tags.
 You aren’t listening to me, are you?
 She can’t dance, can she?
 You wont go there, will you?
 She doesn’t like him, does she?
 You didn’t complete your work, did you?
 You haven’t seen her, have you?
Further types of Questions.
There are further types of Questions that are given
below.
1. Yes/No Questions OR Short Answer
Questions.
Yes/No Questions -OR -Short Answer Questions
• These Questions are the questions which
begin which auxiliaries and require an
answer, either Yes or No.
These are short answer questions that require a
very short answer, with a Yes or a No.
Formation Of Yes/No OR Short Answer
Questions.

• These Questions start with An
Auxiliary Verb, and their answers
have patterns based on their
Positivity and negativity.
Formation of answers.
• Formation of Positive Short Answers:
A positive short answer is:
Yes + a pronoun + an auxiliary.
• Formation of Negative Short Answers:
A negative short answer is:
No + a pronoun + an auxiliary + n’t.
Examples.
Positive short answers’ examples:
 Are you sleepy? Yes, I am.
 Has she got a pet? Yes, she has.
 Did you bring the reports? Yes, I did.

Negative short answers’ examples:
Will you marry me? No, I won’t.
Am I looking good? No, you aren’t.
Do you like him? No, I don’t.

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Questions and its types

  • 1. Questions And Its Types. Question: (Interrogative Sentence) A question is a statement or a sentence that is asked to inquire about something and in return an answer is provided.
  • 2. Types Of Questions. There are Three Main Types of Questions; that are given below: 1. Questions that start with an inquiring word like: what, how, which, who, etc. 2. Questions that start with an Auxiliary Verb like: Is, Am, Are, etc. 3. Question Tags that are asked for confirmation and have two patterns like: Auxiliary + n’t + subject OR Auxiliary + Subject.
  • 3. 1. Questions starting with an inquiring word. These types of questions start with an inquiring/question word. A list of Inquiring/question words is given below: • What • Where • When • Who • Which • Whose • Why • How
  • 4. Examples: Where do you live? Which one is better? How old are you? What are you doing? When are you leaving? Who was with you? Why are you so late? Whose bag is this?
  • 5. 2. Questions starting with an Auxiliary Verb (Helping Verb) These types of questions start with an Auxiliary Verb/ Helping Verb. Some common Auxiliary Verbs used are: Examples Is Will Was Am Would Were Are Shall Does Did Can Have Could Has Do
  • 6. Examples: Is it raining? Am I looking good? Are you feeling alright? Will you marry me? Would you mind replying me? Shall we leave now? Can you come tomorrow? Did you clean your room? Was she okay? Does she like you?
  • 7. 3. Question Tags. These types of Questions are asked for confirmation. These questions have two patterns according to their positivity and negativity. 1: Positive Question tags: Positive question tags have a pattern like: Auxiliary + n’t + subject. 2. Negative question tags: Negative question tags have a pattern like: Auxiliary + subject.
  • 8. Examples of Positive question tags:  It’s a lovely weather, isn’t it?  You broke the glass, didn’t you?  You will come to the party, won’t you?  She dances gracefully, doesn’t she?  You are free, aren’t you?  You’ve done your work, haven’t you?
  • 9. Examples of Negative Question Tags.  You aren’t listening to me, are you?  She can’t dance, can she?  You wont go there, will you?  She doesn’t like him, does she?  You didn’t complete your work, did you?  You haven’t seen her, have you?
  • 10. Further types of Questions. There are further types of Questions that are given below. 1. Yes/No Questions OR Short Answer Questions.
  • 11. Yes/No Questions -OR -Short Answer Questions • These Questions are the questions which begin which auxiliaries and require an answer, either Yes or No. These are short answer questions that require a very short answer, with a Yes or a No.
  • 12. Formation Of Yes/No OR Short Answer Questions. • These Questions start with An Auxiliary Verb, and their answers have patterns based on their Positivity and negativity.
  • 13. Formation of answers. • Formation of Positive Short Answers: A positive short answer is: Yes + a pronoun + an auxiliary. • Formation of Negative Short Answers: A negative short answer is: No + a pronoun + an auxiliary + n’t.
  • 14. Examples. Positive short answers’ examples:  Are you sleepy? Yes, I am.  Has she got a pet? Yes, she has.  Did you bring the reports? Yes, I did. Negative short answers’ examples: Will you marry me? No, I won’t. Am I looking good? No, you aren’t. Do you like him? No, I don’t.