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When we have a simple sentence that we want to change into a question, at first we look at the sentence to see if we have a modal or auxiliary verb or not ( can, may, must, should, am, is, was, .....) .
If we have one of them they can help us to make a question sentence, otherwise we need ( do, does or did).
Don't forget that here I'm not talking about WH questions. Look at those examples please:
1) Mary is a nurse. Q: Is Mary a nurse?
2) The men are in the yard. Q: Are the men in the yard?
3) His wife was in the hospital yesterday. Q: Was his wife in the hospital yesterday?
4) The teacher teaches English well. Q: Does the teacher teach English well?
5) Those people produced a lot of rubbish during the holiday. Q: Did those people produce a lot of rubbish during the holiday?
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