How to Use Is in Questions About the Profession

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We shall see how to form a question using ‘is to ask about a profession.

Formation of a question

We should form a question as follows:

  • Is + subject (he/she/it/any third person, singular noun) + other words + question mark (?)


Let’s see how to use ‘is in sentences with some examples.

Here are the question forms of the sentences. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Is she a doctor?
  2. Is my mother a professor?
  3. Is he a potter?
  4. Is my sister an engineer?
  5. Is she a cook?
  6. Is he a hawker?
  7. Is her sister a designer?
  8. Is his father a collector?
  9. Is her brother a watchman?
  10. Is she an advocate?
  11. Is he a manager?
  12. Is she a reporter?
  13. Is he a blacksmith?
  14. Is his uncle a photographer?
  15. Is Sachin a player?
  16. Is she a motorwoman?
  17. Is Lara a clerk?
  18. Is Tarak a poet?
  19. Is she a nurse?
  20. Is Sahil a driver?
  21. Is he a shopkeeper?
  22. Is she a writer?
  23. Is Sameer an architect?
  24. Is he an officer?
  25. Is my brother a pilot?
  26. Is she a minister?
  27. Is she an MLA?
  28. Is Smita a teacher?
  29. Is she a book publisher?
  30. Is he a bookseller?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of is: state of being
  2. Use of is: profession
  3.               negative sentences
  4.              negative answers
  5. Use of is in questions about the profession of a person

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