Formation of a question using ‘have’
We use ‘did’ with ‘have’ in this sentence to ask a question.
When we ask a question, we should use ‘did’ at the start of a sentence.
So the formation of a question is as follows-
- Did + subject (any singular or plural noun)+ have + other words + question mark (?)
Examples of ‘have’ in a question
Let’s see how to use ‘have’ in the questions with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- Did I have an elder brother?
- Did Neela have two maternal aunts?
- Did I have a coupon from Big Bazar?
- Did we have a meeting at 2 pm yesterday?
- Did she have musical instruments last night?
- Did those boys have drawing books to draw a design?
- Did she have golden bangles?
- Did he have a big assignment in interior design?
- Did Suvarna have two bags of red colour?
- Did he have a circular wall clock?
- Did Gaurav have so much office work yesterday?
- Did we have a new guitar that day?
- Did Nikita have a good time with him?
- Did a lion have a mane of golden hair?
- Did doctors have a busy schedule in the medical camp?
- Did the birds have nests in the tree?
- Did animals have enough water in the forest?
- Did a monkey have an infant under its arm?
- Did he have a violet shirt with yellow stripes?
- Did it have yellow eyes, which frightened me?
- Did you have a beautiful ceiling fan in your bedroom?
- Did we have that book in the college library?
- Did Parth have five friends during his college days?
- Did teachers have a vacation in the month of April?
- Did Dolly have a green skirt with a red frill?
- Did it have too much pain in its ankle?
- Did I have a green blouse with a white bow?
- Did we have violet shirts as our uniform?
- Did that boy have a black T-scale?
- Did Sankita have eight subjects in her syllabus?
- Use of did as the main verb
- Use of shall be in future continuous action
- Use of does have to ask questions about the possession
- Forms of verb
- Irregular verbs