20 Interrogative Sentences in English

20 Interrogative Sentences in English

Interrogative Sentence

In English, sentences are constructed with the subject + predicate + object formula, but this formula takes the form of verb + subject + object when constructing a question sentence. There are two different types of questions in English. One of them is situation questions with auxiliary verbs and the other one is interrogative sentences formed with English question patterns. A person who makes a question sentence with question patterns in English expects an explanation from the person to whom he/she asks the question. In other words, a sentence formed with question patterns cannot be answered as “Yes” or “No”.


Question Clauses Formed with Verbs/Auxiliary Verbs

Are you sad?

No, I am not sad.


Do you love me?

Yes, I love you.


Have you been to Los Angeles before?

Yes, I was in Los Angeles about four years ago.


Question Sentences Formed with English Question Patterns


What is Karen’s favorite band?

My favorite music group is Linkin Park.

What will you do next week?

We’re going on vacation with Lisa next week.

1.Are you a good witch or a bad witch?

2.Where is the toilet please?

3.Would you be available to drive me?

4.Why haven’t you started studying?

5.Who was with you yesterday?

6.Did you take your bag with you?

7.What time did you come from school?

8.When is she coming for dinner?

9.What kind of music do you want to dance to?

10.Which car would make you happier?

11.Which do you prefer, white or red?

12.Who finished your meal today, raise your hands?

13.Whom did you call to the party tomorrow?

14.Is your house ready for visitors?

15.Where are you going for your summer vacation?

16.Are you married?

17.What was the universe like before it was expanding?

18.Does Alex sing a song?

19.What is you name?

20.Did Sarah buy a present for the party?