The formation of the question using ‘those
The sentence formation for asking a question is as follows;
- Are/ were + those + other words + question mark (?)
- Are/ were + those + subject + other words + question mark (?)
Examples of ‘those in questions
Let’s see how to use ‘those in the sentences with some examples.
Here are some examples. The formation is as above.
Have a look-
- Are those oranges fresh?
- Were those writing papers and pencils?
- Are those automatic calculators?
- Were those garlands of flowers?
- Are those children mischievous?
- Were those mountains very steep?
- Are those huts on the bank of the river?
- Were those the books I needed?
- Are those my phones?
- Were those your watercolour bottles?
- Were those selected oil paintings?
- Are those trees in the mountains?
- Are those students serious about their studies?
- Are those applications helpful for science students?
- Were those insects tiny to see from a distance?
- Are those women, trained nurses?
- Are those her documents?
- Are those books available in a library?
- Were those damaged pieces of a blanket?
- Were those bungalow designs beautiful?
- Are those the computers of my son?
- Are those the assets of the company?
- Are those chairs expensive?
- Are those students in the sixth standard?
- Are those dresses for ICSE students?
- Are those wallets made of leather?
- Were those bags blue in colour?
- Were those utensils clean?
- Are those computer accessories?
- Were those girls beautiful?
- Use of a pronoun- these
- Use of a pronoun- those
- negative sentences
- Use of those questions
- affirmative answers