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THE GUIDE TO ASKING QUESTIONS

Were Mordecai and Rigby and were here to


show you how we ask questions in English, dude.
We will show you two types of questions
1. Yes/No questions
and...
2. Wh- questions!

Yes/No questions are those questions that are


answered with yes or no. Theyre pretty easy, dude!
For example if we talk about Pops...
Pops is nice and friendly.
Then we ask...
Is Pops nice and friendly?
Or for example...
Pops is pale!
We ask...
Is Pops pale?
With the verb to be you have to put it at the beginning of the
sentence!
If we say
Pops hates speeches!
Then we ask...
Does Pops hate speeches?
With other verbs we say the same but we add does or do and the
verb loses the S!
If we talk about Benson and Skips...
Benson and Skips are responsible.
We ask...
Are Benson and Skips Responsible?
Or...
Benson and Skips are older than Mordecai.
We ask...
Are they older than Mordecai?
Or for example...
Benson and Skips love their job.
We ask...
Do Benson and Skips love their job?

Yes/No questions.
Change the following sentences into yes/no questions.

1. I am optimistic and cheerful.


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2. Jennifer works at the Coffee shop.
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3. There is a house on the hill.
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4. Mordecai is always helping Rigby.
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5. Rigby and Mordecai run often into problems.
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6. The cat loves playing with yarn.
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7. Pops is sensitive.
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8. She likes listening to music.
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9. You are coming with us tomorrow.
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10. Practice makes you better at things.
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Remember, sentences without the verb to
be use the verb to do!
I
do
You do
he
does
she does
it
does
we do
they do