Form a Yes or No Question in English From a Statement

Edited by Hotelier, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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    We'll form "Yes" or "No" questions out of three statements:
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    Each of the sentences has
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    In order to form a question that can be answered by either "Yes" or "No" out of these sentences, we invert the pronoun (or noun) and auxiliary verb positions. We use "do" or "do not" if there is no auxiliary verb in the predicate.
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    The statements will translate into the following questions:
    • "Will we leave soon?"
    • "Are you working?"
    • "Can I go outside?"
      We will have the statement beginning with a pronoun. On the right, we'll have questions that can be answered by either "Yes" or "No". They begin with auxiliary verbs followed directly by a pronoun (or noun).
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Hotelier

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