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20.How to ask Questions

BOOK-20:How to ask Questions (Practice Book)
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There are two types of questions in the English language: direct and indirect.Direct questions are used to try to get information. When we write a direct question, we always end the sentence with a question mark ( ? ). The question mark signals to the reader that the sentence is a question.
Examples:
   Where is the bathroom?
   Do you want to drink water?
   When will she be here?
Indirect questions are also used to try to get information, but are a polite and longer form of direct questions. They are sometimes said as a statement and written with a period instead of a question mark.
 Examples:
     Mom wants to know if you are hungry.
     Could you tell me where the bathroom is, please?
     Do you know what her name is?

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