‘Sentence’ is divided into many types, and Interrogative Sentence is one. Interrogative Sentence deals with questions, and we need to use interrogative sentences whenever we ask questions to another person. In other words, we can say questions and interrogative sentences are closely connected. Now let us know the definition to get a clear conception of it.
What Is an Interrogative Sentence?
A sentence that asks a question and ends in a question mark (?) is called an Interrogative Sentence. Let us see some examples;
- Do you love me?
- Will you help the poor boy?
- What is your favorite food?
- Have they played today?
- Did we follow the commandment?
Note: All the sentences ask questions and end in questions mark.
Let us see the affirmative and negative forms of Interrogative Sentences:
|Will you help me?
|Will you not help me?
|Does he take his dinner?
|Does he not take his dinner?
|Did she know you?
|Did she not know you?
|Have you read the book?
|Have you not read the book?
|Can you lend me some money?
|Can you not lend me some money?
Stracture: Auxiliary Verb+ Subject+ Main Verb+ Object
Examples of Interrogative Sentences
Let us see some examples below so that we can quickly identify this type of Sentence:
- Do you take your lunch?
- Who is your favorite poet?
- What is his ambition for the future?
- Can you follow the procedure properly?
- Don’t I see you before?
- Have you seen the place?
- Did she accept your request?
- When do you take off from the airport?
- Whom does she accept as a life partner?
- Will they participate in the program?
- Is he trying to do it?
- Does she not take part in the debate competition?
- Did Kareem not play badminton?
- Could you not remember the incident?
- May he come here tonight?
- Does Saniya know you?
- What is your favorite movie?
- Am I looking at you?
- Whom do you choose for the game?
- Can we donate some money to poor people?
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