How to Use Do to Ask a Question

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We can use ‘do’ to ask a question

When we ask a question, we should use ‘do’ at the start of a sentence.

Formation of a question using ‘do’

The formation is as follows;

  • Do + subject (I/we/you/they/any plural number) + base form of main verb + other words + question mark (?)

Examples of ‘do’ in a question

Let’s see how to use ‘do’ in the questions with some examples.

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Do you go to your home town?
  2. Do I come so early?
  3. Do they agree with this proposal?
  4. Do we play on the ground?
  5. Do you like pizza?
  6. Do we dance on the stage?
  7. Do students write an essay during their English period?
  8. Do you listen to music?
  9. Do they read a book in a library?
  10. Do you reach there in time?
  11. Do we agree to pay more for his job?
  12. Do you recite the words from lessons?
  13. Do you remember those days?
  14. Do they speak on this topic?
  15. Do you forget that incident?
  16. Do they dance at the annual function?
  17. Do you think about her relationship?
  18. Do we rest for an hour?
  19. Do they quarrel with each other?
  20. Do teachers teach every Sunday?
  21. Do those students respect their teachers?
  22. Do you like this web series?
  23. Do they clean their house in the evening?
  24. Do I ask so many questions?
  25. Do we send you messages?
  26. Do you follow her on Facebook?
  27. Do they sing songs with a harmonium?
  28. Do I change the book cover?
  29. Do they explain lessons?
  30. Do they travel frequently?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of does as the main verb
  2.             in negative sentences
  3. Use of do as the main verb
  4.             Use of do in the certainty of description
  5.               questions

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