CHANGING STATEMENTS TO QUESTIONS

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CHANGING STATEMENTS TO QUESTIONS

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The affirmative simple questions follow this word order: Do ( does or did ) + subject + simple form of the verb + the rest of the sentence? Changing Statements to Questions

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e.g. Does Jose wash his dad’s car regularly? Do Jose and Rene wash their dad’s car regularly? The affirmative simple questions follow this word order: Do ( does or did ) + subject + simple form of the verb + the rest of the sentence?

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The short responses can either be an affirmative or negative short response. The affirmative response is made up of Yes + a pronoun corresponding the subject of the question statement. The negative response consists of No + a pronoun corresponding to the subject of the question statement.

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e.g. Does peace restore human dignity? Yes, it does. No, it doesn’t. Did Therese attend the meeting? Yes, she did. No, she didn’t.

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e.g. Do you believe her? Yes, you do. No, you don’t. Must Gerard review his lessons before playing? Yes, he must. No, he mustn’t.

The king sent messengers throughout his kingdom. : 

The king sent messengers throughout his kingdom. Notice how each statement is transformed into a question beginning with did, do and does. Did the king send messengers throughout his kingdom?

I do not know you and I have nothing to forgive you for. : 

I do not know you and I have nothing to forgive you for. Do I know you and I have nothing to forgive you for? Does someone come running here? Here comes someone running.

How is sentence A transformed into a question? : 

How is sentence A transformed into a question? Questions: When do we begin a question with did? When do we begin a question with do? When do we begin a question with does?

To change a statement into a question beginning with did, do and does, remember the following: : 

To change a statement into a question beginning with did, do and does, remember the following: 1. If the verb in the present tense is an action verb, begin your question with do or does followed by the subject and the simple form of the verb. Use do for a plural subject and does for a singular subject.

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Statement:The government works for the betterment of the country. Examples: Question:Does the government work for the betterment of the country? Statement:They live here. Question:Do they live here?

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2. If the verb in the past tense us an action verb, begin your question with did followed by the subject and the simple form of the verb. Use did for both singular and plural subjects. Statement:The hermit listened to the king. Question:Did the hermit listen to the king?

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3. If the verb is a form of to be, reverse the position of the subject and predicate. The verb form of to be signals the question. Statement:The hermit was a wise man. Statement:The king is forgiving. Question:Was the hermit was a wise man. Question:Is the king forgiving.

Let’s Practice! : 

Let’s Practice! 2. We are Filipino students. Directions: Transform each statement into a question. 1. They all belong to the same class. 3. Some men in uniform came to see the general.

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4. Cedric leads the class in singing the anthem. 5. She is a psychiatrist by profession. 6. The senate opens the session today. 7. The ladies cheer for the Blue Team. 8. Monica prepared cereals for his little brother.

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9. My parents usually come home late at night. 10. The president spoke with conviction at the UN conference. Shall we check? Done?

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1. They all belong to the same class. Answer: Do they all belong to the same class? 2. We are Filipino students. Answer: Are we Filipino Students?

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3. Some men in uniform came to see the general. Answer: Do some men in uniform came to see the general? 4. Cedric leads the class in singing the anthem. Answer: Does Cedric lead the class in singing the anthem?

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5. She is a psychiatrist by profession. 6. The senate opens the session today. Answer: Is she a psychiatrist by profession? Answer: Does the senate open the session today?

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7. The ladies cheer for the Blue Team. 8. Monica prepared cereals for his little brother. Answer: Do the ladies cheer for the Blue Team? Answer: Did Monica prepare cereals for his little brother?

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9. Parents usually come home late at night. 10. The president spoke with conviction at the UN conference. Answer: Do parents usually come home late at night? Answer: Did the president speak with conviction at the UN conference?