Change Statements To Questions

Read the sentences given below and write whether they are declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.

An example is given below.

Change the following statements into questions.



1. Amar has bought a car.

2. I read an interesting book yesterday.

3. I was washing the car when they came.

4. Jack has bought an interesting book from the library.

5. My sister has won a prize.

6. This book is full of beautiful pictures.

7. There is no water left in the bottle.

8. Her mother has bought a nice gift for her.

9. Bengal is known for its sweets.

10. Diana has gone to the market.

11. He had a strange experience yesterday.

12. They went on a picnic last week.

13. My sister writes stories.

14. My grandparents live with my uncle.

15. She earns a six figure salary.

16. My mother makes delicious cakes.

17. It was an unforgettable experience.

18. The sun gives us heat and light.

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