Questions

There are lots of different ways to form a question.

1. Yes/No Questions
This type of question needs a yes/no answer.

2. WH Questions
This type of question needs a WH question word.

3. Intonation Questions
This type of question uses intonation. It likes like a normal sentence. The intonation rises at the end.

4. Tag Questions

This type of question has a tag at the end like this: “You, are Vietnamese, aren’t you?” We use it to verify something we already know.

5. Implied (or unstated) Questions

6. Rhetorical Questions
This type of question does not require an answer. It is asked for effect in the middle of a monologue or a text.


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