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Questions in English don’t have to be difficult, but the word order often causes problems for learners. Here are some simple tips:

  1. If you want to use a question word or phrase (in bold), like: who, what, how much, how many people, which train, how, etc., you always put it 1st. Here are some examples:

How many people are you taking?

Who is your favourite celebrity?

2) After the question word or phrase, you stick in your verb « be » followed by the subject and the rest of your question!

Which seat is yours?

Which train is she getting?

3) Of course, you don’t always need a question word or phrase:

Is this your cookies?

Are you sick?

Am I going with you?

4) Remember, if you’re using the verb be and you want to ask a question, just invert! If you need to use something like: who, what, when, where… be sure to put that in the front.

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