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English is heart of the world. Few words with you (  Part 2. (e) formation of question with answers)

I hope that, you are strictly practicing English in your free time

By Ravikaranam
How to ask questions in Present Tense, in all section ? Simple, Continuous, Perfect and Perfect continuous.
I hope that, you are strictly practicing English in your free time. Wherever you go, it is seen in all the fields. So, nowadays it is very essential. You had learnt Present Tense. But how to ask questions ? I didn’t discuss before.Today, we go to see with examples.
There are four sentences in the language. Positive question and Negative question. And answers also Positive and Negative.You take any languages.There is no another one. All are including in this way.
1) Asking question in ‘simple Present’
We ask questions with the help of helping verbs ‘Do’ and ‘Does’
There are two types questions like;  Positive and Negative.
Positive = ‘do” and ‘does’.
Negative = ‘don’t’ and ‘doesn’t’
Formula – Helping verb + sub + verb(1) + object  ?
Do I see the Mysuru palace ?
Yes, You see Mysuru palace.
Don’t I see the Mysuru palace ?
No, You don’t see the musuru palace.
Do I work in home ?
Yes, you work in home.
Don’t I work in home ?
No, you don’t work in home.
Do we talk in English ?
Yes, we talk in English.
Don’t we talk in English ?
No, we don’t talk in English.
Do you ask question ?
Yes, we ask question.
Don’t we ask question ?
No, we don’t ask question.
Do you play football ?
Yes, I play football.
Don’t you play football ?
No, I don’t play football.
Do you call me ?
Yes, I call you.
Don’t you call me ?
No, I don’t call you.
Do thay ask questions ?
Yes, they ask questions.
Don’t they ask questions ?
No, they don’t ask questions.
Do they conduct the program ?
Yes, thay conduct the program.
Don’t they conduct the program ?
No, they don’t conduct the program.
Does he swim in the lake ?
Yes, he swims in the lake.
Doesn’t he swim in the lake ?
No, he doesn’t swim in the lake.
Does he take new shirt ?
Yes, he takes new shirt.
Doesn’t he take new shirt ?
No, he doesn’t take new shirt.
Does she climb the mountain ?
Yes, she climbs the mountain.
Doesn’t she climb the mountain ?
No, she doesn’t climb the mountain.
Does she go to temple ?
Yes, she goes to temple.
Doesn’t she go to temple ?
No, she doesn’t go to temple.
Does it request to you ?
Yes, it requests to me.
Doesn’t it request to you ?
No, it doesn’t request to me.
Does it search the banana ?
Yes, it searches banana.
Doesn’t it search banana ?
No, it doesn’t search banana.
Verb(1) Verb(2) Verb(3)
judge judged judged
join joined joined
knowledge knowledged knowledged
knit knitted knitted
licence licenced licenced
list listed listed
lock locked locked
live lived lived
long longed longed
loop looped looped
melt melted melted
mix mixed mixed
monitor monitored monitored
mingle mingled mingled
merge merged merged
mind minded minded
mute muted muted
mint minted minted
misunderstand  misunderstood  misunderstood
maintain maintained maintained
message messaged messaged
need needed needed
note noted noted
noise noised noised
neglect neglected neglected
nurture nurtured nurtured
narrate narrated narrated
narrow narrowed narrowed
owe owed owed
overview overviewed overviewed
overlap overlapped overlapped
overact overacted overacted
over overed overed
object objected objected.

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