Model I – If there is no helping verb
1. Use the helping verb depending upon the situation
Eg. He buys vegetables. Does he buy vegetables?
He bought vegetables. Did he buy vegetables?
I want water. Do you want water?
Model II If there is helping verb.
2. Bring the helping verb to the front, and put a question mark at the end.
Eg., He is going to school. Is he going to school?
He can do it. Can he do it?
She has come to school. Has she come to school?
Model III whether there is a helping verb or not, if we want to ask something else
3. Depending upon the situation we should anyone of wh- words [who, whom, whose, where, why, what, whether, when, etc.] Eg., Sita comes to school at 9 AM daily.
1. When does Sita come to school?
2. Where does Sita come at 9 AM?
3. Who does come to school at 9 AM?
4] We can also use How- words [how, how long, how far, how much, how often, …]
Hyderabad is 210 kms from Khammam.
How far is Hyderabad from Khammam?
To form question tags – write the helping verb + not if there is no not + subject and question mark.
1. It’s beautiful, isn’t it?
2. He has been, hasn’t he?
3. You can, can’t you?
4. It must be, mustn’t it?
5. You know him, don’t you?
6. He finished it, didn’t he?
7. He will come, won’t he?