Usually, positions of subject and verb would be changed, such as the following case.
How many books are there on the shelf?
Do you know how many books there are on the shelf?
I have to write Wh- Questions based on the given sentences.
Q: You want to know where the post office is.
A: Where's the post office?
Consider the following question:
Q: Find out when your exam ...
I'm practicing the use of would and I have a problem with one exercise, I have to put these words in order: would, be, the problem, what and a question mark (?).
And now I don't know how to put them.
I want to create 6 wh-questions(3 of them with where, 3 of them with who), but I have some serious confusions. In Turkish, You can easily create sentences like below, but in English, I couldn't set up ...
a. We had seven employees one of whom could speak French fluently.
b. We had seven employees one of which could speak French fluently.
Which of the above sentences is grammatically correct?
I think (a)...
S1: The plumber is Ben.
S2: Ben is the plumber.
As here, The above two sentences are equivalent.
So when we create wh- clause (noun clause)
Which one is right
I don’t know [who is Ben].
I don’t know [...
I am trying to reach the question form by going through its standard sentence form. In my native language, Turkish,
The question form of
I'm talking about the money that is for your education = I'm ...
I'd like to know how to begin the answer to the following question.
Who is the actor that played an action hero in Speed, a cyber-criminal in The Matrix, a killing machine in John Wick, and who’s now ...
A says: Our neighbors make a lot of noise.
B asks: Who make a lot of noise? Your neighbors above you or the ones below?
Is B's sentence correct in this context or should it be 'who makes'?
I'll be more careful what I say in the future.
We were very careful that he didn't find out.
The that-clause in sentence 2 is a complement of the adjective careful. The wh-clause in sentence 1 seems ...
What political journalist, what party whip, would not want to know the makeup of the WhatsApp groups in which Theresa May's enemies are currently plotting?
If this sentence is a question, then I don'...
Today, while teaching one of my students about present perfect continuous one of them asked how to ask time while using present perfect continuous.
I want to ask what was the time when he started say ...
A student asked me if it is correct to put a comma here in this question:
How can you determine, where the first one is and where the second is?
My instinct is that this is grammatically incorrect, ...
The more I'm reading about syntax, the more I'm starting to doubt my ability to judge the grammaticality of English sentences correctly... so I need some help with that. I'm a non-native speaker of ...