Notes On Interrogative Sentences - CBSE Class 6 English Grammar
What Is an Interrogative Sentence? (with Examples) An interrogative sentence is one that asks a direct question and always ends in a question mark.The term interrogative sentence is another name for a question. Examples of Interrogative Sentences Has anyone seen my cell phone? What is your idea about the project? Where do you live?                                         Types of Question There are three main types of question: 1. Yes/No Questions. Example: Is it raining? (The answer to a yes/no question will be yes or no.) 2. "Question Word" Questions. Example: Why are you dull today? (The answer to a "question word" question will be information.) 3. Choice Questions. Example: Do you want mango or pineapple juice? (The answer to a choice question will be a word or two.)

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What Is an Interrogative Sentence? (with Examples) An interrogative sentence is one that asks a direct question and always ends in a question mark.The term interrogative sentence is another name for a question. Examples of Interrogative Sentences Has anyone seen my cell phone? What is your idea about the project? Where do you live?                                         Types of Question There are three main types of question: 1. Yes/No Questions. Example: Is it raining? (The answer to a yes/no question will be yes or no.) 2. "Question Word" Questions. Example: Why are you dull today? (The answer to a "question word" question will be information.) 3. Choice Questions. Example: Do you want mango or pineapple juice? (The answer to a choice question will be a word or two.)
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