WH Question Words
|question word||function||example sentence|
|whatfor||asking for a reason, asking why||What did you do that for?|
|when||asking about time||When did he leave?|
|where||asking in or at what place or position||Where do they live?|
|which||asking about choice||Which colour do you want?|
Simply so, what is question in English?
Rhetorical questions, for example, are used to make a point, and are not expected to be answered. Many languages have special grammatical forms for questions (for example, in the English sentence "Are you happy?", the inversion of the subject you and the verb are shows it to be a question rather than a statement).
What is a simple question?
Question. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. A question is what someone asks, usually when there is something that he or she does not know. In writing, a question mark ("?") comes at the end of a question.
Are questions a sentence?
Sometimes interrogative sentences are actually declarative sentences that have a question mark at the end. If you ask this type of question, the last syllable of the final word in the sentence is spoken with a rising intonation. Here are a few examples. The subject of interrogative sentences may not be obvious.