More Yes/No Questions


Present Continuous Tense

Are you listening to me?
Yes, I am. I am listening. I am listening to you.


Present Simple Tense

I cannot hear you very well.
Do you want to move to another table.
Yes, I do. I want to move to another table.

Can you hear better here?
Yes, I can. I can hear better now.


Past Simple Tense

Did you leave your bag at the other table?
Yes, I did. I left it on the chair near the other table.

Did you get your bag?
No, I didn’t get. It was not there. It was gone.

Present Perfect Passive

Has it been stolen?
Yes, it has. I think it has. I think it has been stolen.

Present Simple Tense

Should we go call the police?
Yes, we should. We should call them right now.

Is this the police?
Yes, it is.

Is this an emergency?
No, it is not.

Present Continuous Tense

Are you putting me on hold?
Yes, I am.

Past Simple Tense

Did he put you on hold?
Yes, he did. He put me on hold.


Future “going to” Tense

Are you going to wait?
Yes, I am. I am going to wait. I have to wait.

Present Simple Tense with modal

Can I help you?
Yes, you can.

Present Simple Tense (be verb and noun phrase)

Are you a police officer?
Yes, I am.

Present Simple Tense with verb phrase “to have a crime to report”

Do you have a crime to report?
Yes, I have a crime to report. I want to report a crime.

Do you want to report a crime?
Yes, I do. I said I do. I said that I do. I said that I do have a crime to report.

Past Simple Passive Voice

Were you robbed?
Yes. I was. I was robbed.

Past Simple (active voice)

Did you see the thief?
No, I did not.

Past Simple Passive Voice

Was your bag taken?
Yes, it was.

Past Simple – is there

Was there any money in it?
Yes, there was.

Past Simple – Is it

Was it a lot?
Yes, it was?

Present Perfect Passive

Have you ever been robbed before?
Yes, I have. I have been robbed before.

Past Simple Tense

Did you go to the police station?
Yes, I did.

Did you make a report?
Yes, I did.

Did you see who did it?
No, I didn’t.

Present Perfect Tense

Have you ever been robbed?
No, I haven’t. Not yet.

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