How to Use Does to Ask a Question

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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-

  1. Does she go to the office by train?
  2. Does he come on time?
  3. Does Chetan agree to pay too much for a mobile?
  4. Does it play with a ball?
  5. Does she like pizza?
  6. Does a peacock dance in the summer?
  7. Does she write fiction?
  8. Does Kartik travel frequently?
  9. Does Saumya read a book in her room?
  10. Does he watch TV serials?
  11. Does she accept her mistake?
  12. Does Goli speak freely on this topic?
  13. Does he recite the words?
  14. Does she remember her past life?
  15. Does the rat have a bushy tail?
  16. Does he forget that incident?
  17. Does the player play on the muddy ground?
  18. Does she think about her future?
  19. Does her mother rest in the afternoon?
  20. Does he quarrel with his brother?
  21. Does the teacher teach students to follow others unthinkingly?
  22. Does she respect him?
  23. Does he study to earn a qualification?
  24. Does she perform a monologue on stage?
  25. Does he ask questions to anybody?
  26. Does Parth give his belongings to others?
  27. Does she follow her on Facebook?
  28. Does he sing songs in front of the audience?
  29. Does she cook for her family?
  30. Does his brother explain the lessons of science?

Related Lessons-

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

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