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Wh-questions – Easy Grammar

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question words Tsahi Levent-Levi

I thought you might want to have a list with examples of questions with question words.

(Question words are also called wh-words.) 

These words are: What, Where, When, Why, What time, Who, Whose.

You may have noted that there is also a question word with H: How.

Rule: After your question word or words, put the verb first. (Verbs are words that describe the action.) Examples of verbs: does, do, did, is, are, write, sleep, use, etc.

What

What is this?

What’s the time?

Which

Which pen is yours?

Which city are you from?
Where

Where is Matilda?

Where are you from?
Who

Who is that woman in the picture?

Who is your teacher?

When

When are you leaving on your trip?

When is the party?
Why

Why are the lights on?
Why are you angry?
How

How are you travelling to Canada?

How are you?

How much

How much is it?

How long

How long is your trip?

Whose

Whose keys are these?

Whose sweater is that?

A good exercise is when you try to think of some other questions with these question words. Like so:

What

My question/s:

Which

My question/s:

Etc.

If you’d like me to check your questions, please send them to me at: jackie-s@013.net.

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