Interrogative essay

Of - are you speaking? a)    Who
b)    Whom
c)    Whose
d)    None of these9. What
68. Boy are you speaking? a)    Whom
b)    Who
c)    Which
d)    That65. Of Which
67. What
67. - said these words? a)    Who
b)    Whom
c)    What
d)    Which9.

(Interrogative)
Alice sings a song. (Affirmative)
Is she very clear? Of them wants to see me? a)    Which
b)    What
c)    That
d)    Whom68. Of them will actually get it? a)    Whom
b)    What
c)    Which
d)    Whose8. (Interrogative)
She gets up early in the morning. Do you want to see? a)    Who
b)    Whom
c)    Which
d)    Whose66. Were you exchanging pleasantries? a)    Whom
b)    What
c)    Which
d)    Who66. (Assertive)
Does Alice sing a song? Who
65. (Interrogative)When the affirmative sentence contains the auxiliaries can, may, will, shall etc, the interrogative sentence will begin with these words. She can go.
Can she go?
They will come.
Will
they come?
You may take this book.
May I take this book?
I can lift this load?
Can you lift this load?
We must go there.
Must we go there? EnglishPractice. com (Affirmative)
Is she a doctor? OR Do they have a car? (Interrogative)
I work hard. Does is used with singular subjects. Form: -, do you think, is the correct answer to this question? a)    What
b)    Which
c)    Who
d)    Whom68. - shall I give this to? a)    Whom
b)    What
c)    Whose
d)    Which6. 7567 - All rights Reserved. (Assertive)
Does
the cow eat grass?

(Interrogative)
They have a car. With Is better, honor or riches? a)    Which
b)    Who
c)    That
d)    Whom67. Who
9. - did you invite to preside over the meeting? a)    Who
b)    Whom
c)    What
d)    Whose7. (Interrogative)
She is very clever. I don’t know Whom
66. Fill in the blanks with suitable interrogative pronouns6. Whom
69. Did he come here for? a)    Why
b)    What
c)    Whom
d)    Who67. Do/does + subject + present tense form of the verb.
Examples are given below: The cow eats grass. Which
68. What
5. She asked - I preferred, tea or coffee? a)    Who
b)    That
c)    Which
d)    Whom8. Interrogative essay. Do you think he is? a)    What
b)    That which
c)    Who
d)    Which65. Simple presentThe simple present tense has the following structure: Subject + present tense forms of the verb (bare infinitive)The sun rises in the east.
The cow eats grass. In order to change an assertive sentence in the simple present tense into an interrogative sentence, we use do or does as the first word followed by the subject, verb and the object. Note that we use do with I, you and plural subjects.

WhomEnglishPractice. com Which
7. (Interrogative)
She speaks English well. To - did she give her necklace? a)    Whom
b)    Whose
c)    What
d)    Which69. (Assertive)
Do
I work hard? To - do you pass on the notes? a)    Who
b)    Whom
c)    What
d)    Which Answers6. (Affirmative)
Has she many friends. Which
65. (Assertive)
Does she speak English well? (Interrogative)
She has many friends. - of these books will you take? a)    Which
b)    Whom
c)    That
d)    Whose7. (Assertive)
Does
she get up early in the morning? Which
8. (Affirmative)
Have they a car? (Interrogative)Note that if the interrogative sentence is in the negative, we begin it with do not or does not. Don’t you want to come with us?
Doesn’t she understand what he means? The question words who, whom, whose, when, why, where, which, how etc., sometimes precede do and does. Whom do you want to meet?
Why do
you want to go there?
Where does he live?
How do you know him?
Who does not love his country? When the affirmative sentence contains the primary auxiliaries is, am, are, has or have, the interrogative sentence will begin with these words. She is a doctor. Whom
7. Whom
6. - do you want to do? a)    What
b)    Which
c)    That
d)    Whom5. Whom
9. OR Does she have many friends?