What are some interesting questions about English grammar

The English sentence structure in questions

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In questions, the form subject-predicate-object is largely retained. But you usually have to put an auxiliary verb in front of the subject (except for be, that just slips in front of the subject). If there is a question word in the question, it naturally comes to the front:

Question wordauxiliary verbsubjectpredicateindirect objectdirect objectplacetime
Whatwouldyoulike to tellme   
 Didyouhave a partyin your flatyesterday?
Whenwereyou   here? 

Exercises on sentence structure in questions

When asking about the subject, you don't use an auxiliary verb. You just have to put the question word where the subject would be in the statement.

Question wordverbobject
Whoaskedyou?
whoaskedyou?

Exercises on sentence structure in questions with interrogative word

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