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Be and Auxiliary Verbs in Simple Questions

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Simple Questions are questions that can be answered with Yes or No.

For example:

Are you happy?

The form of this question is: be + subject + adjective

The adjective can be changed to different words but the be + subject stays the same:

Be + subject + other form

Is she here?
Am I right?
Is James coming with us?
Was David listening?

Auxiliary verb + subject + verb

Do you like fish?
Does she remember me?
Did he call the doctor?
Can you speak English?
Have you seen him?
Has he eaten it all?
Will you come with me?

Now choose the correct missing words to complete these sentences:

  • 1 - ___ you thinking what I'm thinking?




  • 2 - ___ Simon working from home today?




  • 3 - ___ I the only one who likes poker?




  • 4 - ___ you ever seen a ghost?




  • 5 - ___ you with Sally yesterday?




  • 6 - ___ he open the window?




  • 7 - ___ she come here?




  • 8 - ___ Peter read that report yet?




  • 9 - ___ she taken her medicine?




  • 10 - ___ they outside?