How to Use Are in Questions About the Profession

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Now, let us see how to form a question using ‘are’.

We shall see how to form a question to ask about a profession.

Formation of a question

The formation of this sentence is as follows:


Let’s see how to use ‘are’ in sentences with some examples.

Here are the question forms of the sentences. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Are you a doctor?
  2. Are we professors?
  3. Are they potters?
  4. Are my sisters engineers?
  5. Are you a cook?
  6. Are they hawkers?
  7. Are her sisters designers?
  8. Are we collectors?
  9. Are they watchmen?
  10. Are you an advocate?
  11. Are you a manager?
  12. Are you a reporter?
  13. Are they blacksmiths?
  14. Are his two uncles photographers?
  15. Are they players?
  16. Are you a motorman?
  17. Are we clerks?
  18. Are they poets?
  19. Are we nurses?
  20. Are you a driver?
  21. Are we shopkeepers?
  22. Are you a writer?
  23. Are we architects?
  24. Are you an officer?
  25. Are all my friends pilots?
  26. Are they ministers?
  27. Are we MLAs?
  28. Are they teachers?
  29. Are they book publishers?
  30. Are we booksellers?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of are: state of being
  2. Use of are: profession
  3.               negative sentences
  4.               affirmative answers
  5. Use of are in questions about the profession

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