Change Statements To Questions
Changing statements into questions is easy. You just need to put the auxiliary verb before the subject.
She is a teacher. (Statement)
Is she a teacher? (Question)
Change the following assertive statements into questions.
1. She is coming to the party.
2. It is raining heavily.
3. I have been to Simla.
4. I have finished my homework.
5. Mom is cooking dinner.
6. The girls are learning their lessons.
7. She has returned from school.
8. They have accepted the invitation.
9. It is disgusting.
10. Suma can swim.
11. The players are tired.
12. She is in the changing room.
13. Rahul is walking on his treadmill.
14. The little girl is playing with her doll.
15. I have been to Manhattan.
16. There are ten apples in the basket.
17. It was a huge mistake.
18. She was badly injured.
19. He will be late for football practice.
20. She is arriving by the 3.30 train.
21. Durga is a famous classical dancer.
22. The birds are flying in the sky.
23. Alice is my best friend.
24. Honey is sweet.
25. Dad is reading the newspaper.
26. She will pass the test.
27. I will buy that dress.
28. My sister has passed her test.
29. Emily is my niece.
30. Charles Dickens is my favourite author.
31. My neighbour is a kind-hearted lady.
Sections in this article
Direct and indirect speech
Rules for the change of pronouns
Rules for the change of tenses
Rules for the change of adverbs
Reporting hopes, intentions and promises
Reporting orders, requests and advice
Reporting questions: grammar exercise
Reported speech exercise
Reporting Yes/No questions