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    Learn English > English lessons and exercises > English test #120063: Making survey questions
    > Other English exercises on the same topics: BE, HAVE, DO, DID, WAS... | Questions | Find the correct tense [Change theme]
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    Making survey questions


    There are only 4 main AUX (auxiliaries) in English:  DO, BE, HAVE, and modals like CAN.

    You need INVERSION (inversion of Subject and AUX) to make a question.

    Ex.  Charlie can drive.  -->  Can Charlie drive?

    There is one exception.  If the Wh-word is the subject of the question:

    Ex. Who laughed? What happened?





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    1. (              ) Mary have her driving licence ?

    2. Have you (                       ) the word order of the questions ?

    3. Can you (                 ) on line ?

    4. Are you crazy (                 ) English ?

    5. (        ) English grammar difficult ?

    6. Why all the (              ) about that subject?

    7. Where did you expect to (              ) up ?

    8. How (              ) students are there in each class?

    9. (           ) wasn't I told ? You should have warned me.

    10. What (                                ) of students come from Cambridge ?

    11. How often do you (                    ) vocabulary ?

    12. Learners ' (                          ) is important, isn't it ?

    13. Is learning the (              ) as acquisition ?

    14. How can you learn more about (                       ) ?

    15. Wouldn't it be nice if you could just (                       ) all this into your mind ?

    16. What's the mark-up on (                 ) projects ?

    17. Did the telephone (              ) while I was gone?

    18. Why did he fall (                    ) during the meeting ?

    19. How (              ) has this been going on ?

    20. What kind of trip do you (                 ) ?









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