We can use ‘does’ to ask a question
When we ask a question, we should use ‘does’ at the start of a sentence.
Formation of a question using ‘does’
The formation of a question is as follows;
- Does + subject (he/she/it/ any third person, singular number) + base form of main verb + other words + question mark (?)
Examples of ‘does’ in a question
Let’s see how to use ‘does’ in the questions with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- Does she go to the office by train?
- Does he come on time?
- Does Chetan agree to pay too much for a mobile?
- Does it play with a ball?
- Does she like pizza?
- Does peacock dance in the summer?
- Does she write fiction?
- Does Kartik travel frequently?
- Does Saumya read a book in her room?
- Does he watch TV serials?
- Does she accept her mistake?
- Does Goli speak freely on this topic?
- Does he recite the words?
- Does she remember her past life?
- Does the rat have a bushy tail?
- Does he forget that incident?
- Does the player play on the muddy ground?
- Does she think about her future?
- Does her mother rest in the afternoon?
- Does he quarrel with his brother?
- Does the teacher teach to follow others unthinkingly?
- Does she respect him?
- Does he study to earn a qualification?
- Does she perform soliloquy on stage?
- Does he ask questions to anybody?
- Does Parth give his belongings to others?
- Does she follow her on Facebook?
- Does he sing songs in front of the audience?
- Does she cook for her family?
- Does his brother explain the lessons of science?
- Use of do in the certainty of description
- Use of does as the main verb
- in negative sentences
- use of does in the certainty of description