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TOPIC 4 TYPES OF QUESTIONS
This topic intends to help course participants to study the basic question types, analyse their
structure in order to formulate questions and to use them appropriately in different situations.

earning Outcomes
O Analyse the structure of basic question types
O Ìdentify the types of questions in different texts and conversations
O Formulate questions appropriately for various situations.
O Use questions for academic purposes and social interactions






What is a question?
A question is a request for information or action.
When writing a question you should always end the sentence with a question mark (?).
Basic Question Types
There are 4 -asic types of question:
1. Yes/No Questions (the answer to the question is "Yes" or "No")
2. Question Word Questions (the answer to the question is "Ìnformation")
3. Choice Questions (the answer to the question is "in the question")
4. Tag Questions
1. Yes/No Questions
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auxiIiary ver- su-ect main ver-
nswer
Yes or No
Do you want a drink ? Yes, Ì do.
Can you sing? No, Ì can't.
Has she compIeted her work? Yes, she has.
Did they go to school? No, they didn't.
Exception! verb -e simple present and simple past

Is Amin handsome? Yes, he is.
Was Razif at home? No, he wasn't.
2. Question Word Questions
question word auxiIiary ver- su-ect main ver-
nswer
Ìnformation
Where do you Iive? Ìn Gemas.
When wiII we have lunch? At 1pm.
Who did she meet? She met Jaafar.
Why hasn't Sara done it? Because she can't.
Exception! verb -e simple present and simple past

Where is Bombay? Ìn Ìndia.
How was she? Very well.
3. Choice Questions
auxiIiary ver- su-ect main ver- OR
nswer
Ìn the question
Do you want tea or coffee? Coffee, please.
WiII we meet Johan or Roslan? Johan.
Did she go to Ìpoh or Taiping? She went to Taiping.
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Exception! verb -e simple present and simple past

Is your car Green or silver? Ìt's silver.
Were they cheap or expensive? cheap.
Basic Question Structure
The -asic structure of a question in English is very simple:
auxiliary verb + subject + main verb
auxiIiary ver- su-ect main ver-
Do you like fried meehoon ?
Are they playing football?
Will Gopal go to Johor ?
Have you seen Kung Fu Panda 2 ?

Yes/no questions with the verb -e are created by moving the verb -e to the beginning
of the sentence. Ìn other words the subject and the verb change their positions in
statements and questions.
Statement: Ì am from Seremban. Question: Am Ì from Seremban?

Questions - common mistakes
Common mistakes Correct version Why?
What meant you by saying
that?
What did you mean by saying
that?
Ìf there is no auxiliary (helping)
verb, we put do, does or did
-efore the su-ect.
You like this film? Do you like this film?
Where you are going this
afternoon?
Where are you going this
afternoon? We put an auxiliary verb
before the subject.
You did read the letter? Did you read the letter?
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What you did last night? What did you do last night?

Who did give you the
information?
Who gave you the
information?
We don't use do, does or did
when we use what, which,
who or whose as the
subject.
Does he knows your sister? Does he know your sister?
When there is an auxiliary verb,
the main verb is the root word
or base form.
Where will she studies? Where will she study?
When did he went to
Penang?
When did he go to Penang
Can you tell me where can Ì
buy a good camera?
Can you tell me where Ì can
buy a good camera?
Word order in indirect question
is the same as in a normal
sentence: SUBJECT + VERB +
...


Tag Questions
You speak EngIish, /on't you?
A tag question is a special construction in English. Ìt is a statement followed by a mini-
question. The whole sentence is a "tag question", and the mini-question at the end is called a
"question tag".
A "tag" is something small that we add to something larger. For example, the little piece of
cloth added to a shirt showing size or washing instructions is a tag.
We use tag questions at the end of statements to ask for confirmation. They mean something
like: "Am Ì right?" or "Do you agree?" They are very common in English.
The basic structure is:
+
Positive statement,
-
negative tag?
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Snow is white, isn't it?
-
Negative statement,
+
positive tag?
You don't like me, do you?
ook at these examples with positive statements:
positive statement [+] negative tag [-] 3otes:
subject auxiliary
main
verb
auxiliary not
personal
pronoun
(same as
subject)

You are coming, are n't you?
We have finished, have n't we?
You do like coffee, do n't you?
You

like coffee, do n't you? You (do) like...
They will help, wo n't they? won't = will not
Ì can come, can 't Ì?
We must go, must n't we?
He should try harder, should n't he?
You are English, are n't you?
no auxiliary for main
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John was there, was n't he?
verb -e present &
past
ook at these examples with negative statements:
negative statement [-] positive tag [+]
subject auxiliary main verb auxiliary
personal
pronoun
(same as subject)
Ìt is n't raining, is it?
We have never seen that, have we?
You do n't like coffee, do you?
They will not help, will they?
They wo n't report us, will they?
Ì can never do it right, can Ì?
We must n't tell her, must we?
He should n't drive so fast, should he?
You are n't English, are you?
John was not there, was he?
Some special cases:
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Ì am right, aren't Ì? aren't Ì (3ot amn't Ì)
You have to go, don't you? you (do) have to go...
Ì have -een answering,
haven't Ì?
use first auxiliary
Nothing came in the post, did
it?
treat statements with nothing, nobody etc like negative
statements
Let's go, shall we? let's = let us
He'd better do it, hadn't he? he had better (no auxiliary)
Here are some mixed examples:
O But you don't really love her, do you?
O This will work, won't it?
O Well, Ì couldn't help it, could Ì?
O But you'll tell me if she calls, won't you?
O We'd never have known, would we?
O The weather's bad, isn't it?
O You won't be late, will you?
O Nobody knows, do they?
Notice that we often use tag questions to ask for information or help, starting with a negative
statement. This is quite a friendly/polite way of making a request. For example, instead of
saying "Where is the police station?" (not very polite), or "Do you know where the police
station is?" (slightly more polite), we could say: "You wouldn't know where the police station
is, would you?" Here are some more examples:
O You don't know of any good jobs, do you?
O You couldn't help me with my homework, could you?
O You haven't got $10 to lend me, have you?
Intonation
We can change the meaning of a tag question with the musical pitch of our voice. With rising
intonation, it sounds like a real question. But if our intonation falls, it sounds more like a
statement that doesn't require a real answer:
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intonation
You don't know where my wallet is, do you? / rising real question
Ìt's a beautiful view, isn't it? \ falling not a real question
nswers to tag questions
A question tag is the "mini-question" at the end. A tag question is the whole sentence.
How do we answer a tag question? Often, we just say Yes or No. Sometimes we may repeat
the tag and reverse it (..., do they? Yes, they do). Be very careful about answering tag
questions. Ìn some languages, an oposite system of answering is used, and non-native
English speakers sometimes answer in the wrong way. This can lead to a lot of confusion!
Answer a tag question according to the truth of the situation. Your answer reflects the real
facts, not (necessarily) the question.
For example, everyone knows that snow is white. ook at these questions, and the correct
answers:
tag question
correct
answer

Snow is
white, isn't
it?
Yes (it
is).
the answer is the same in
both cases - because snow
ÌS WHÌTE!
but notice the change of stress
when the answerer does not agree
with the questioner
Snow isn't
white, is it?
Yes it is!
Snow is
black, isn't
it?
No it
isn't!
the answer is the same in
both cases - because snow
ÌS NOT BACK!
Snow isn't
black, is it?
No (it
isn't).
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Ìn some languages, people answer a question like "Snow isn't black, is it?" with "Yes"
(meaning "Yes, Ì agree with you"). This is the wrong answer in English!
Here are some more examples, with correct answers:
O The moon goes round the earth, doesn't it? Yes, it does.
O The earth is bigger than the moon, isn't it? Yes.
O The earth is bigger than the sun, isn't it? No, it isn't!
O Asian people don't like rice, do they? Yes, they do!
O Elephants live in Europe, don't they? No, they don't!
O Men don't have babies, do they? No.
O The English alphabet doesn't have 40 letters, does it? No, it doesn't.
Question tags with imperatives
Sometimes we use question tags with imperatives (invitations, orders), but the sentence
remains an imperative and does not require a direct answer. We use wo3t for invitations. We
use ca3, ca3t, will, would for orders.
imperative + question tag 3otes:
invitation Take a seat, won't you? polite
order
Help me, can you? quite friendly
Help me, can't you? quite friendly (some irritation?)
Close the door, would you? quite polite
Do it now, will you? less polite
Don't forget, will you? with negative imperatives only will is possible
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Same-way question tags
Although the basic structure of tag questions is positive-negative or negative-positive, it is
sometime possible to use a positive-positive or negative-negative structure. We use same-
way question tags to express interest, surprise, anger etc, and not to make real questions.
O So you're having a baby, are you? That's wonderful!
O She wants to marry him, does she? Some chance!
O So you think that's amusing, do you? Think again.
Negative-negative tag questions usually sound rather hostile:
So you don't like my looks, don't you?
Exercise 1.
Put in What, Where, Why, When, How into the gaps and form meaningful questions.

Example: ____ often do you play netball?

Answer: ow often do you play netball?
1__________do you like best?
2. ____________do they go to every week?
3. ____________does Amy sleep at night?
4._____________don't you go by bus, Osman?
5. _____________hobbies does Angela have?
6. ____________are my text books?
7.____________ is Auntie May's birthday?
8. ___________are you going tomorrow, Sally?
9.____________ old is En Yusof ?
10.____________ are you from?

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Exercise 2. Error Correction
Write the correct question into the gap.

Example: Speak English? - ______________

Answer: Do you speak English?
1.What Ì can do for you ? __________________________________________
2. Played you football? ___________________________________________
3. Where live you? ____________________________________________
4. From where do you come? ________________________________________
5. Understand you the question? _____________________________________
6. Does Shiva works in Kuala umpur? ________________________________
7. What did you last Sunday? _________________________________________
8. Where did Amin went? __________________________________
9. Do like you Traditional Music? __________________________________
10. When you graduate ? ___________________________________











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Exercise 3.
Asking " Ìnterview " questions.
Instructions: Ìn the following, pretend that you are interviewing a member of your class
named Aina. Write your name in line (1), and then complete the dialogue with appropriate
QUESTÌON
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Hi, my name is .......... Our lecturer has asked me to interview
you so that Ì can practice asking questions. Could Ì ask you a few questions
about yourself?
Sure.
Well, first of all, .................
Aina.
......................
Negeri Sembilan.
......................
Seremban.
.....................
Two weeks ago.
......................
Biotechnology.
......................
Ì'm going to stay here for four years until Ì graduate.
......................
Ì'm living at my aunt and uncle's house.
..........................
Ìt's quite far. Ìt usually takes me an hour to get here.

...........................
Sometimes Ì take the RT, but usually Ì take the bus.
...........................
Very much. The facilities are good and the lecturers are great!
.........................
Ì want to study hard and be the best student in my class.
Good luck! Anyway, thanks for the interview. Ì think Ì have enough information
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ME:

for the assignment. Nice to meet you.
Nice to meet you, too.
Exercise 4.
Yes / No questions with short answers.
Instructions: Complete speaker A's QUESTÌONS with DO,DOES, ÌS , ARE OR DÌD.
Complete Speaker B's SHORT ANSWERS. The first one is done for you.
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Ì need a flashlight. ...DO. you have one?
No, .I don't..
_______________ Semenyih in Selangor?
Yes, _____________________
______________ snakes have legs?
No, ______________________
___________________ going to be in class tomorrow?
Yes, _____________________
___________________all snakebites poisonous?
No, _______________________
____________________ Panadol relieve pain?
Yes, _______________________
_____________ Columbus discover New Zealand?
No, ________________________
______________ Africa the largest continent.
No, ________________ Asia is.
________________ you doing a grammar exercise?
Yes, _______________________
_______________ Ants eat other insects?
Yes, ________________
Mercury is a liquid metal used in thermometers. _____________ mercury have a
boiling point?
Yes, __________________. Ìt boils at 356.58 C.



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Exercise 5.
Put in the correct question tags.
1. He sometimes reads novels,...................?
2. You are from Kedah, ...................?
3. Nazmi didn't use the pencil, ...................?
4. Malathy has answered the teacher's question, .............?
5. The boy is from Penang, ...................?
6. Suriah wasn't listening, ...................?
7. Andrew isn't sleeping, ...................?
8. Razak will arrive at KÌA, ................?
9. He's been to Jelebu,....................?
10. Cats like fish, ....................?
11. There are some durians left, ....................?
12. Ì'm late, ....................?
13. et's go, ....................?
14. Don't smoke, ....................?
15. He does sing in the bathroom, ....................?
16. He'll never know, ....................?
17. Ì think, he's from German, ....................?
18. ovely day today, ....................?
19. She is collecting stickers, ....................?
20. We often watch TV in the afternoon, ....................?
21. You have cleaned your car, ....................?
22. Johan and Danial don't like Maths, ....................?
23. Roslan played handball yesterday, ....................?
24. They are going home from school, ....................?
25. Mary didn't do her assignment last semester, ................?
26. He could have bought a new car, ....................?
27. Kamarudin will come tonight, ....................?
28. Ì'm clever, ....................?
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By: Pn. Shamshinor bt. Mohd Saleh

Notes and exercises adapted from:
1.English Club.com: http://www.englishclub.com/grammar/verbs-questions.htm
2. earn English: Simple Guide to Asking Questions in English:
http://www.IearnengIish.de/grammar/questiontext.htm
3. EngIish exercises.org:
http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=61
OnIine exercises to practise Interrogatives or question forms.
O http://www.englishexercises.org/buscador/buscar.asp?nivel=any&age=0&tipo=
any&contents=interrogatives
O http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/simple-
present/form/exercises?04ks:
O http://www.ego4u.com/en/cram-up/grammar/word-order/questions
O http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises_list/fragen.htm
O http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/present-simple-exercise-6.html
O http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/present-simple-exercise-5.html
O http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/present-continuous-exercise-3.html
O http://www.perfect-english-grammar.com/past-simple-exercise-5.html
O http://www.englisch-hilfen.de/en/exercises/questions/question_tags3.htm
O http://www.englishexercises.org/makeagame/viewgame.asp?id=5573

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