Use of This to Ask Questions

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Now let us see how to form a question using 'this.

The formation of the question

The sentence formation for asking a question is as follows;

  • Is + this + remaining words + question mark (?)

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Let's take a look -

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

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