Question Types

Questions of Quantity*

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Questions of Quantity April 4, 2019 Written by Douglas Shaw Much or Many; Countable or Uncountable: We use much or many in positive and negative sentences. Both show an amount of something. If a noun is in singular form, we use much. e.g. much money If a noun is in plural form, we use many. e.g. many … Read more…

Information Questions*

This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Question Types

Information Questions April 4, 2019 Written by Douglas Shaw Questions are normally used to get information about a person, place or thing: Question words are also called wh questions because they include the letters ‘W’ and ‘H’. 1: If you need to ask about the subject of the sentence, add the question word at the … Read more…

Yes/No Questions*

Yes/No Questions April 4, 2019 Written by Douglas Shaw Yes/No questions, are questions whose answer is either yes or no: Forming The (verb – subject- object) formula is used to form yes/no questions. e.g. Affirmative Yes/No question They are American Are they American? The food is good Is the food good? Rules 1: If the … Read more…