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What are Questions - Part 1?
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WH questions are questions that start with either a W or an H.They end with a question sign (?) Examples : What is your name? How are you?
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Verb “To Be”
It is common /Is it common
He was here /Was he here
There were many people / Were there many people
Joe can drive /Can Joe drive
She could stay /Could she stay
We should stop /Should we stop
Tenses where you cannot see the Auxiliary Verb
Example: We have a deal /do we have a deal
Example: Who/What/When/How Many/How Much/How Long/How Often/How far
Change Questions form
Example: Is this for Susan
Ask question word and remove the answer
Example: Who is this for / What is he watching
Do not change the question form, just replace the subject by Who and What
Example: He know the way /Correct Who knows the way
The wind damaged the building /What damaged the building
Common Mistakes: Using Intonation
Example: It is alright /is it alright
You know the answer /do you know the answer
What you said /What did you say
Using two Auxiliaries /An Auxiliary with a Modal/An Auxiliary with the Verb “to Be”
Example: Do you have finished /Correct: Have you finished
Does he Swim /Correct: Can he swim
Did he be on time /Correct: Was he on time
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