A-Z Challenge 2015: Y is for Yes/No Questions

What are Yes/No Questions? A Yes/No Question is a question that can be answered with yes or no. They normally begin with an auxiliary verb or a modal verb, but can also begin with main verbs like be and have

  • Auxiliary verbs: do, can, has, and did to name a few.
  • Modal verbs: can, could, will, would, shall, should, and dare to name a few.

There are three basic question types:

  • Yes/No: the answer is “yes or no”
  • Question-word: the answer is “information”
  • Choice: the answer is “in the question”

Examples:

  • Do you want dinner?
  • When will we have lunch?
  • Do you want milk or sugar with your tea?
  • Will they be interested?

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2 Responses

  1. Paula Kaye says:

    I like questions with questions!!

  2. stephen tremp says:

    My favorite questions and the ones wifey hates the most.

    Stephen Tremp
    A to Z Co-host
    Z is for Zombie
    http://www.stephentremp.com

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