How to Use Will to Ask Questions

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

The formation of the question using ‘will’

The sentence formation for asking a question using ‘will’ is as follows:

  • Will + he/she/it/they / any subject + base form of verb + other words + question mark (?)

Examples of ‘will’ in questions

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

Here are some examples. The formation is as above.

Have a look-

  1. Will he go to the market?
  2. Will she cook sweets for us?
  3. Will they come on Monday?
  4. Will it eat an apple?
  5. Will Anil solve an exercise in English ?
  6. Will Gaurav play on the ground?
  7. Will my parents go for a walk in the evening?
  8. Will Shamali study in the college library?
  9. Will she work hard to achieve her goal?
  10. Will students watch an airstrike documentary?
  11. Will you buy a book for me?
  12. Will they collect stamps?
  13. Will Amruta write a story of a genius country boy?
  14. Will a cleaner clean our house tomorrow?
  15. Will she inquire about the bus?
  16. Will my mother purchase some vegetables?
  17. Will Sameer go by bus to his home town?
  18. Will they read this magazine?
  19. Will students have fun on a trip?
  20. Will she have her own house?
  21. Will he send you a message?
  22. Will his brother receive him at the airport?
  23. Will Smita reach there by 10 o’clock?
  24. Will her father solve that issue early?
  25. Will Chetan watch a cartoon movie?
  26. Will Karan plan to go out next week?
  27. Will you observe the lane?
  28. Will they communicate with each other?
  29. Will you drink hot water in the morning?
  30. Will his mother save some money for the tour?

  Related Lessons-

  1. Use of shall
  2. Use of will negative sentences
  3.                     questions
  4.                 affirmative answers

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