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Framing Questions

Transformation of Sentences
English
Class 10

Overview

Understand how to frame different types of questions

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Frame a question such that the underlined part of the sentence given is the answer:
We stopped at a small vendor's stall near the mountains for breakfast. 

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Fill in the blank with the most appropriate option:
_________ lives in that old house? 

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Frame a 'wh' question for the given sentence:
It was raining heavily.

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Fill in the blank with the most appropriate option:
__________ Ranjit get good marks in the Mathematics test?

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Frame a 'wh' question for the given sentence:
Jay is doing something.

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Select a suitable yes/no question that corresponds to the given response:

No, I can't recognize her. 

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Convert the given statement into a yes/no question. Ensure that the meaning of the sentence remains unchanged as far as possible. 

They had been playing in the garden this afternoon. 

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Frame 'wh' question for the given sentence:
Mother is cooking food in the kitchen.

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Form a Wh-question to get the part in inverted commas as an answer:

'In the nineteenth century', there were third-class carriages.

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Convert the given statement into a yes/no question:
(Ensure that the meaning of the sentence remains unchanged as far as possible.)
We play the violin well. 

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