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19.Interrogative sentences W.H.Questions

BOOK-19:Interrogative Sentences(W.H.Questions)
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➥An interrogative sentence is a sentence that asks something. In other words, it’s a question! An interrogative sentence will always end with a question mark (?) and this makes them easy to spot. Along with the other types of sentences, like declarative and exclamatory sentences, interrogative sentences make up the common parts of conversations.By using interrogative sentences, you can do a lot of different things. You can get information, make requests or suggestions, and lots more.WH Questions:A WH interrogative sentence uses one of the question words that we talked about earlier. If you see any of the question words who, what, where, when, why, or how in a question, then you’re dealing with a WH interrogative sentence.
Example:
     When will you go to school?
     Ask this question to find out a time.
     Where is she going?
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