How to Use That to Ask Questions

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Now let us see how to form a question using ‘that’.

The formation of the question using ‘that

The sentence formation for asking a question is as follows;

  • Is + that + other words + question mark (?)

Examples of questions

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

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Let’s have a look -

  1. Is that a notebook?
  2. Is that a car?
  3. Is that a table?
  4. Is that fair?
  5. Did she observe that place carefully?
  6. Is that an expensive painting?
  7. Is that a bright colour?
  8. Is that mine?
  9. Is that yours?
  10. Is that used before?
  11. Is that a charitable trust?
  12. Is that glass occupied by the air?
  13. Is that painting hung on a wall?
  14. Is that a precious stone?
  15. Is that your pen?
  16. Is that my teacher’s bag?
  17. Is that my favorite place?
  18. Is that charcoal?
  19. Is that very easy?
  20. Is that a topic of science?
  21. Is that a new chapter?
  22. Is that a better option?
  23. Is that a blue carpet?
  24. Is that flower for my friend?
  25. Is that house very spacious?
  26. Is that a long route?
  27. Is that a water painting?
  28. Is that mountain steep?
  29. Is that a brave boy?
  30. Is that a sudden reaction?

Related Lessons-

  1. Use of a pronoun that
  2.               negative sentences
  3. Use of that questions
  4.               affirmative answers
  5.               negative answers

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