QUESTIONS WITH AND WITHOUT AUXILIARIES
1) SUBJECT QUESTION Question word Verb The rest (complements) Subject Verb Object+Place+TIme Who goes to the shops? Peter goes to the shops What happened Yesterday? A tragedy happened yesterday Are questions that we ask to find out about the subject. When what, which, whose or how many refers to the subject, the question word comes before the verb without the use of the auxiliary verb
2) OBJECT QUESTIONS Question word Auxiliary Subject Verb+complements Answer What do you like? I like listening to pop music Who did Mary Phone last night? Mary phoned her mother What does Tom Read? He reads mistery novels Ø Object questions Ask about the object of a sentence. The word order of the question is changed and the question requires the use of the auxiliary verb
More examples What happened today? What did you do today? Which film is the best? Which film doy ou like the best? Who phoned you yesterday? Who did you phone yesterday?
1. Make questions to the underlined words. . - I visited my grandfather on Saturday. ___________________ They went to Dublin last summer. ____________________ He’s buying a new house next month. ___________________ Martha is going to have a baby in April. __________________ We're writing a report about friendship. __________________ My friend did his homework yesterday. __________________