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-
- Do you go to your home town?
- Do I come so early?
- Do they agree with this proposal?
- Do we play on the ground?
- Do you like pizza?
- Do we dance on the stage?
- Do students write an essay during their English period?
- Do you listen to music?
- Do they read a book in a library?
- Do you reach there in time?
- Do we agree to pay more for his job?
- Do you recite the words from lessons?
- Do you remember those days?
- Do they speak on this topic?
- Do you forget that incident?
- Do they dance at the annual function?
- Do you think about her relationship?
- Do we rest for an hour?
- Do they quarrel with each other?
- Do teachers teach every Sunday?
- Do those students respect their teachers?
- Do you like this web series?
- Do they clean their house in the evening?
- Do I ask so many questions?
- Do we send you messages?
- Do you follow her on Facebook?
- Do they sing songs with a harmonium?
- Do I change the book cover?
- Do they explain lessons?
- Do they travel frequently?
- Use of does as the main verb
- in negative sentences
- Use of do as the main verb
- Use of do in the certainty of description