Class 12 English Grammar Unit 6 Questions Exercise

Class 12 English Grammar Unit 6 Questions Exercise PDF

Unit 6 Grammar PDF


A question is a certain sort of statement that, at first glance, seems to demand for an answer.

The major categories of English Questions are as follow:

  • Yes/No Questions
  • Special or Wh-Questions
  • Choice Questions.
  • Tag questions or disjunctive questions.

Yes/No Questions

These are questions that can be answered with a simple "yes" or "no." They typically start with an auxiliary verb (such as "is," "are," "do," "did," "will," "can," "could," etc.) followed by the subject and main verb. For example:

Are you coming to the party?

Did you finish your homework?

Can you swim?


Special or Wh-Questions:

These are questions that typically start with a question word, also known as a wh-word (such as "what," "who," "where," "when," "why," "which," "whom," "how"). They require a more detailed answer than a simple "yes" or "no." For example:

What is your favorite color?

Where did you go on vacation?

How do you like your coffee?


Choice Questions:

These are questions that offer a choice between two or more options. They typically start with "which" or "would" and are followed by the options. For example:

Which movie do you want to watch, action or comedy?

Would you like tea or coffee?

Do you prefer pizza or burgers?


Tag questions or disjunctive questions:

These are questions that are added to the end of a statement to confirm or check information. They are formed by using a positive or negative statement followed by a tag question that reverses the polarity of the statement. For example:

It's a beautiful day, isn't it?

You don't like chocolate, do you?

She's a good singer, isn't she?


A. Look at the following questions and say what type of questions they are.

a. Do you like this country?

→ Choice question

b. Where is she from?

→ Wh question

c. How many eggs do we need for this cake?

→ Wh question

d. Whose children are playing in the yard?

→ Wh question

e. Does she like ice cream or sweets?

→ Yes/no question

f. She sent him an invitation, didn’t she?

→ Question tag 

g. Could you tell me if the doctor is available?

→ Indirect question 

h. Do you know how tall they are?

→ Indirect question 


B. Choose the correct words from the box to complete the sentences.

a.……… your friend a scientist? – No, he's an artist.

→ Is

b.……… Naresh live in Kathmandu? – No, he lives in Pokhara.

→ Does

c. When …….. you get home? – I got home yesterday.

→ did

d. What time …….. you get up? – I get up at 6:00.

→ do

e.……… the children go to the part? – Yes, they went there after school.

→ Did

f. Are ……… going to school? – No, I'm going home.

→ you

g.……. you speak Chinese? – Just a little.

→ Can

h.…….. did you grow up? – I grew up in Okhaldhunga.

→ Where


C. Make wh-questions so that the words in bold become the answer.

a. Romeo loves Juliet.

→ Whom does Romeo love?

b. My mother made delicious bread yesterday.

→ What did your mother make yesterday?

c. The music was composed by Narayan Gopal.

→ By whom was the music composed?

d. I'm looking for a new book.

→ What are you looking for?

e. They were talking about the new movie.

→ What were they talking about?

f. She got the idea from a story.

→ Where did she get the idea from?

g. She always goes to school on foot.

→ How does she go to school?

h. She sometimes goes to the cinema.

→  How often does she go to the cinema?

i. They have been waiting for three years.

→ How long have they been waiting?


D. Change these indirect questions into direct ones. 

a. Could you tell me where Market Street is? 

→ Where is Market Street? Could you tell me....?

b. I'm longing to know what time the bank opens. 

→ What time does the bank open? I'm longing to know...

c. Do you have any idea how he's managed to get in shape so quickly? 

→ How has he managed to get in shape so quickly? Do you have any idea....?

d. I'd like to know how much this motorcycle costs these days. 

→ How much does this motorcycle cost these days? I'd like to know...

e. Did you notice if he had left the car in the park? 

→ Had he left the car in the park? Did you notice...?

f. Have you found out if the train has left?

→ Has the train left? Have you found out...?

g. I was wondering if they speak English well. 

→ Do they speak English well? I was wondering.....

h. Would you tell us how we can get to the post office from here? 

→ How can we get to the post office from here? Would you tell us......?

i. Do you remember if I locked the front door? 

→ Did I lock the front door? Do you remember.......?

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