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English Interrogative Sentences

 

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"English Interrogative Sentences:
Common Interrogative Patterns"

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[Series Name: 'English Daily Use' | Book No: 02]

 

 

This Book Covers The Following Topics: 

What are “Interrogative Sentences”?
Structure (1) -- Wh-Question Word + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1A). What + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1B). When + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1C). Where + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1D). Which + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1E). Who + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1F). Whom + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1G). Whose + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1H). Why + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(1I). How + Be/Do/Have/Modal
Structure (2) -- Wh-Question Word + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2A). What + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2B). When + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2C). Where + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2D). Which + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2E). Who + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2F). Whom + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2G). Whose + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2H). Why + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
(2I). How + Word/Words + Be/Do/Have/Modal
Structure (3) -- Wh-Question Word + Main Verb (Present or Past)
Structure (4) – Interrogatives Sentences – Be/Do/Have/Modal
(4A). Interrogatives Starting From – Am, Is, Are, Was, Were
(4B). Interrogatives Starting From – Do, Does, Did
(4C). Interrogatives Starting From – Have, Has, Had
(4D). Interrogatives Starting From – Modal Verbs
Structure (5) -- Question Tags
Structure (6) -- What if
Structure (7) – How Long/How Much/How Many
Structure (8) -- Wh-Question Word + To + Verb Word
Structure (9) – “What About” and “How About”
Structure (9) – “What About” and “How About”
Structure (10) – Alternative Questions
Structure (11) – Indirect Questions
Formation of Interrogatives from Affirmatives
Exercises

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What are “Interrogative Sentences”?

   

Interrogative sentences are used to ask questions. They may ask for information or for confirmation or denial of a statement. An interrogative sentence usually changes the word order so that the verb or part of the verb comes before the subject. A question mark (?) is the proper ending punctuation for an interrogative sentence.

 

Interrogative words are as follows:

What, When, Where, Which, Who, Whom, Whose, Why, How

 

Interrogative words and what they refer:

What – refers ‘specific information’ or confirmation/repetition

When – refers ‘at what time’ or ‘on what occasion’

Where – refers ‘in what place, position or situation’

Which – refers ‘choice or alternative’

Who – refers ‘identity’ of a subject (person/people)

Whom – refers ‘identity’ of a object (person/people)

Whose – refers ‘who something belongs to’

Why – refers ‘reason, explanation or purpose’

How – refers ‘way or manner’, ‘condition or quality’

 

These words are called 'Wh-question words' because all these words contain letter ‘w’ and ‘h’. All these words (except ‘how’) even start from ‘Wh’.

 

NOTE: The following words are also used to ask questions:

Whatever, Whenever, Wherever, Whoever

These forms show ‘surprise, confusion, or emphasis.

 

Besides ‘Wh-question words’, Auxiliary Verbs ‘Be’, ‘Do’, ‘Have’, and ‘Modal Verbs’ are also used to form interrogative sentences. Following is the list of auxiliary and modal verbs:

Auxiliary Verb-- Be-- Am, Is, Are, Was, Were

Auxiliary Verb-- Do-- Do, Does, Did

Auxiliary Verb-- Have-- Have, Has, Had

Modal Verbs-- May, Might, Can, Could, Will, Would, Shall, Should, Must, Need, Used (To), Ought (To), Dare

You can begin sentences with these verbs to form Yes/No interrogative sentences.

 

Structure (1) --

Wh-Family Word + Be/Do/Have/Modal

 

You should ask a question starting with the question word if you want more information than a simple yes/no answer. In this kind of question you usually use an auxiliary verb or a modal verb after question word

 

(1A). What + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1B). When + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1C). Where + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1D). Which + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1E). Who + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1F). Whom + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1G). Whose + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1H). Why + Be/Do/Have/Modal

(1I). How + Be/Do/Have/Modal

 

(1A). What + Be/Do/Have/Modal

 

What am I doing?

What am I missing?

What am I motivated to act upon?

What am I seeing?

 

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So, what is the risk, if there is one?

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