em 09 de Setembro de 2019
Asking about a thing
- What is your name?
- What is this?
- What is your favorite color?
- What do you do?
Asking about a time of an event or activity
- When did he leave?
- When can I see you again?
- When does Tom arrive?
- When do you wake up every day?
Asking about a place
- Where do you live?
- Where were the keys?
- Where can I obtain the book?
- Where did you learn to cook?
Asking about a person (Act as the subject of the sentence)
- Who is at the door?
- Who is this?
- Who locked the door?
- Who do you work for?
Asking about a person (Act as the object of the sentence)
- Whom did you see?
- Whom is he dating?
- Whom would you suggest for the job?
- Whom did they invite?
Asking about an option or choice
- Which color do you want?
- Which author do you enjoy?
- Which book are you looking for?
- Which is the largest city in the world?
Asking about ownership
- Whose turn is it to deal?
- Whose keys are on the kitchen counter?
- Whose book is on the table?
- Whose idea is it?
Asking for a reason
- Why do you say that?
- Why did Alex leave?
- Why are they always late?
- Why do you dislike him so much?
Asking about a procedure or method
- How does this work?
- How was your exam?
- How can I help you?
Asking about a number
- How many cars are there?
- How many people live in this city?
Asking about an amount or price
- How much money do you have?
- How much did you pay for the tickets?
Asking about a length of time or size
- How long will you be in Japan?
- How long have you been married?
Asking about a distance
- How far does the road continue?
- How far is it to Shinjuku?
Asking about frequency
(Adverbs of frequency tell us how often something takes place or happens)
- How often do you use the bus?
- How often do you go to church?