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Question words : lesson and exercise
|To ask about the nature of things and substances.||What color do you like?|
What time is it?
|WHERE||To ask about location.||Where are you?|
|WHO||To ask about identity||Who is he?|
|WHOSE||Top ask about posession||Whose pen is this?|
|WHY||To ask about reason and purpose||Why are you happy?|
|WHEN||To ask about time||When do you get up?|
|WHICH||To ask about a set of choices.||Which one do you want?|
|HOW||To ask about process and method.||How do you make coffee?|
To make a question with question words in the Simple Present, you simply make a normal question, and then put a question word in front.
With the verb 'to be':
Statement: His name is Tyler.
Question: Is his name Tyler?
With a Question Word: What is his name ?