How do you make a simple present WH question?
Wh-Questions in the Present Simple To create a wh-question, start with the wh-word, then add do or does, then the subject (a person or thing that does the action), followed by the base form of the verb and only then add the rest of the sentence.
Do you present simple questions exercises?
Unit 1 – Exercise 2 – Present simple: questions
- (your parents / work) in London?
- How (I / do) this exercise?
- (you / play) tennis every day?
- (Delia / like) her new teacher?
- Which school (they / go) to?
- What time (Tim / get up) at the weekend?
- (we / have) an English test today?
- Who (you / walk) to school with?
What are simple WH questions?
- When do we sleep? ( at night)
- When do we eat breakfast? ( in the morning)
- When do we take a bath? ( when we’re dirty or before bed)
- When do we wear sunglasses? (
- When do we put on a bandaid? (
- When do we use an umbrella? (
- When do we need to wear a coat? (
- When do we wear a swimming suit? (
What is the simple present examples?
- He goes to school every morning.
- She understands English.
- It mixes the sand and the water.
- He tries very hard.
- She enjoys playing the piano.
What is simple present example?
The simple present tense is when you use a verb to tell about things that happen continually in the present, like every day, every week, or every month. We use the simple present tense for anything that happens often or is factual. Here are a few examples: I go to school every day.
How is present simple form?
The simple present is a verb tense with two main uses. Depending on the person, the simple present tense is formed by using the root form or by adding ‑s or ‑es to the end.
What are the 5 WH-questions?
What are the 5 Ws?
- Who is it about?
- What happened?
- When did it take place?
- Where did it take place?
- Why did it happen?
What is wh question and examples?
WH Question Words
|question word||function||example sentence|
|whom||asking what or which person or people (object)||Whom did you see?|
|whose||asking about ownership||Whose are these keys? Whose turn is it?|
|why||asking for reason, asking what…for||Why do you say that?|
|why don’t||making a suggestion||Why don’t I help you?|