Subject and Object Questions
Most questions are object questions. In other words, they ask about an object. Example: Where do you live?. However, there are also subject questions. Questions we ask to find out about the subject. These questions are asked using 'who', 'what' and 'which'. Example: Who plays football in this class?. take a look at the following chart of question forms:
?word auxiliary subject main Verb
Where do you live?
What will you do?
When is she coming?
?word subject (auxiliary) main verb
Notice that this structure is like positive sentence structure without the question word.
Who loves you?
Which car will arrive first?
What type of food costs less?
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