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Published on April 17, 2009

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Information (Wh-) questionsPresent Tense: Be : Information (Wh-) questionsPresent Tense: Be Questions that ask for information This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License Robert F. van Trieste Why are Information questionscalled Wh-questions? : They are called wh-questions because they usually use a question word that begins with the letters wh. Why are Information questionscalled Wh-questions? Who What Where Why When Which How How much/many How often However, one important wh-word does not begin with the letters wh. Word order Present Tense beInformation Questions : Word order Present Tense beInformation Questions Information question word order versus statement word order: verb be : Information question word order versus statement word order: verb be Information question word order versus statement word order: Present Tense verb be : Information question word order versus statement word order: Present Tense verb be Information question word order when subject is unknown: be : Information question word order when subject is unknown: be Answer the question 1 : Answer the question 1 Those are bananas. What are those? Click on slide to see answer. Answer the question 2 : Answer the question 2 A bird is on the branch. What is on the branch? Click on slide to see answer. Answer the question 3 : Answer the question 3 It is a statue (of a lion). What is that? Click on slide to see answer. Answer the question 4 : Answer the question 4 The bear is in a tree. It is in a tree. Where is the bear? Click on slide to see answer. Answer the question 5 : Answer the question 5 He is Fidel Castro. Who is he? Click on slide to see answer. Answer the question 6 : Answer the question 6 The Washington Monument is in Washington, D. C. Where is the Washington Monument? Click on slide to see answer. END : END

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