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QUESTIONS. A lot of most conversations is made of asking and answering questions. Because of this, it is a very important part of language. But many students find it very hard to make accurate questions. Look at the following sentence. Des watches Teletubbies.

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QUESTIONS

A lot of most conversations is made of asking and answering questions.

Because of this, it is a very important part of language.

But many students find it very hard to make accurate questions.

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Look at the following sentence.

Des watches Teletubbies.

What part of speech is each word in the sentence?

Des watches Teletubbies.

Subject

verb

object

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Des watches Teletubbies.

Des watches ____?_____

Now we don’t know what Des watches so we have to ask him a question to find out.

We know who the subject is, it is Des.

We know the activity (verb), it is watch.

We don’t know the object, so we will have to ask an object question to find out.

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Object questions

Look at the object questions below. Some are present tense, some are past and some are future.

What does Des watch?

What do you watch?

What can you do?

Where do you go to school?

How many brothers have you got?

What did you do last night?

When did you have your first English lesson?

What will you eat for dinner tonight?

Where will you go for your next holiday?

Do you notice anything about all the questions?

Now go to the next slide.

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Object questions

WhatdoesDeswatch?

Whatdoyouwatch?

Wheredoyougo to school?

Whatcanyoudo?

How many brothershaveyougot?

WhatdidBayudo last night?

Whendidyouhave your first English lesson?

Whatwilltheyeat for dinner tonight?

Where willPutugo for his next holiday?

Do you notice anything now?

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Object questions

Because there are “rules” for grammar, there are often “patterns” in a language.

In object questions, in present, past and future simple tenses, we can see this pattern.

Quasi

Qua si

Question wordauxiliary verbsubjectinfinitive verb (V1)

All object questions in all simple tenses follow this pattern

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Question wordaux verbsubjectinfinitive (V1)

WhatdoesDeswatch?

Whatdoyouwatch?

Wheredoyougo?

Whatcanyoudo?

How many brothershaveyougot?

WhatdidBayudo?

Whendidyouhave?

Whatwilltheyeat?

Where willPutugo?

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Yes / No Questions

Yes / No questions have the same pattern

A.S.I

Auxiliary verb subjectinfinitive

Doyoulive in Bali?

DoesHernitalove Guswid?

Didyoubring your dictionaries?

WillMerigive Des chocolates for Valentines Day?

Canyouswim?

Dotheylike pizza?

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PRACTICE

Web sites

http://www.englishexercises.org/buscador/buscar.asp?eje=30&page=2&nivel=any&age=0&tipo=any&contents=questions&orderby=#a

Resource centre books

English grammar in use. By Raymond Murphy ref: ELT 011