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Questions, Questions, Questions …:

Questions, Questions, Questions …

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Part 1: Questions with the verb BE

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Are you dancing in the air? Or are you mocking me? What is this? Is this a fly? Is it a bee? Why are you bugging me? What are this man’s questions?

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If there is a BE verb in the sentence, start the question with the form of BE : Am I right ? Are you sure ? Is that true ? verbs subjects Forming Yes/No Questions

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In the present progressive too, we form questions by starting the sentence with the form of BE : Is this man sitt ing or standing? Is he look ing for his car? Are his children play ing with his clothes?

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Form three yes/no questions with the BE verbs below. Is … Is … Are … the baby sleeping ? the little girl smiling at the baby ? they playing ?

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Forming WH-Questions with BE Compare: Are you reading? What are you reading? In a wh-question with BE , simply place the wh-question word first … Yes, I am A new novel … followed by the BE verb … … and the subject . Easy!

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Form three questions with BE using the question words below. How … What … Where … is this stuff in this box ? am I going to put it all together ? is my mail ?

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1. What are these two men doing? 2. Are they driving a car? 3. Are they talking to each other? 1. They are riding their horses. 2. No, they are not driving a car. 3. No, they’re not talking to each other. Now answer these questions.

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1. What is this woman doing ? 2. Is she laughing ? 3. Is she wearing Native American regalia ? 1. This woman is crying or praying. 2. No, she is not laughing. 3. Yes, she is wearing Native American regalia. This time, form the questions for the answers given below.

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Part 2: Questions with DO Does Did

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verbs simple present Forming yes/no questions Do + I/ you/ we/ they + verb ? Does + he/ she/ it + verb ? Do you know a lot about California ? Does Arnold Schwarzenegger still give many speeches ? subjects Did + I/ you/ he/ she/ it/ we/ they + verb ? simple past Did this explanation help you?

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Form questions with do or does that fit the answers below. 1. Yes, we do. 2. Yes, we do. 3. No, he doesn’t. 1. Do you see what I see? 2. Do you want to catch him? 3. Does he know we’re watching?

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Forming WH-Questions with Do , Does , or Did Compare: Do you read every day? What do you read every day? Word order ( QUASI ): wh -question word do , does , or did , the subject , the verb /base form, and the rest of the sentence. Yes, I do A new novel 1. 2. 3. 4.

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WH question word do doesdid Subject Verb in base form Or: the apple rule

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QU A S I The apple rule:

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Exception:who or what as subjects Rrrrrgghhh worked in the garden yesterday. Who??? Who worked in the garden yesterday???

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Form wh-questions with DO , DOES , or DID . When … What … What … does this class begin ? do I do now ? did you say ? Who … worked on the computer?

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Part 3: Comparing Wh- Questions in Simple Present and Present Progressive

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Here are the rules: 1 . Start the question with the question word: what, when, how … 2 . In the simple present , add do or does . 3 . In the present progressive , add a form of be . What do is 4 . Add the subject. 5 . For the simple present , add the verb in the base form. 6 . For the present progressive , add the verb + ing . Voila! you see? going? Where she

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Consider the same thing in a chart: question word do / does or a form of be subject verb base form or verb + ing What Where do is you she see? going? a helping word

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IMPORTANT! Be careful with who and what. When who and what ask about the subject **, don’t use do or does ! Who works really hard? Anton works really hard. What is not working? My car is not working. subjects ** subject= the person or thing who does the action

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However, when who or what ask about the object **, use do or does in the simple present -- but never in the present progressive!!! Who(m) is he smiling at? He is smiling at a girl . What do you see? I see four leaves . subjects: he, you, I object object **object= the person or thing affected by the action of the verb

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