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SUBJECT QUESTIONS

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"WHO" AND "WHAT" IN SUBJECT AND OBJECT QUESTIONS
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Age: 12-17
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SUBJECT AND OBJECT QUESTIONS (B&W VERSION AND KEY INCLUDED)
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Age: 12-14
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SUBJECT AND OBJECT QUESTIONS - KEY INCLUDED
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Age: 12-14
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SUBJECT AND OBJECT QUESTIONS - (B&W VERSION INCLUDED)
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Age: 11-14
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Basic Wh-Questions (3) - Subject and Object (Who saw you?/ Who did you see?)
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My School - reading and solving exercises
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                                       SUBJECT QUESTIONS

1     subject question asks about the subject of a sentence.

                             We use “Who”,”What?” or “Which?”.

           Answer                                                       Question

The wind broke the window.                 What broke the window?

Lara is writing an e-mail.                      Who is writing an e-mail?

The Brown cat ate the liver.                 Which cat ate the liver?

*Subject questions have the same word order as positive sentences.

**We don't use auxiliary verbs in subject questions.

What made that noise? NOT What did make that noise?

Which car won the big race? NOT Which car did win the big race?

                         Make questions      (dont forget question mark "?")

1 My key is on the table.

 

2 Marvin speaks perfect English.

 

3 Mum wasn’t at home.

 

4 Galatasaray FC won the UEFA cup in 2000.

 

5 Clive has broken his leg .

 

6 Luke read the textbook.

 

7 Turkish is spoken in Azerbaijan. (language)

 

7 Our PE teacher is moody.

 

8 The plump boy kicked the door.

 

9 My cousin moved to Budapest .

 

10 Usain Bolt broke many records.

 

11 Everbody needs love.

 

12 Ivan will make the pizza .

 

13 The plant grew 2 metres tall.