Yes/No Questions are very useful in our daily life. They are called Yes No Questions because their answer is always in a yes or a no.
In English, these questions always start with a helping verb like Is, am, are, was, were, will, has, have, would, can, could, must, etc.
In Hindi, they start with क्या. However, we do not use what for the English of this word क्या.
क्या आप बीमार है?
In English, this sentence will not take what as the English of क्या. Because that word is looking for Yes or No answer rather than any noun or pronoun which are common answers of what.
So, the translation would be as follows:
Are you sick? instead of
what you sick?
The formula of Yes/No questions is as follows:
Time Word + Doer + Action Phrase?
With the help of this formula, you can create as many yes/no questions as you like.
- Is your mind working well?
- Is your father home?
- Am I your friend?
- Are your parents home this weekend?
- Was your music system not working that day?
- Were your friends misbehaving with my girlfriend at the party?
Some more Examples of Yes/No Questions:
- Has your mother given you the fee?
- Have your teachers not taught you manners?
- Had they talked to you about the project?
- Will you be my friend?
- Will you have completed this by tomorrow evening?
Even More Examples of Yes/No Questions:
- Can you please lend me 2000 Rupees?
- Would you like to go with me on a date?
- Would you like to have a coffee and pay for yourself?
- Should I go?
This kind of questions actually make the listener respond to your questions and stay awake while you are talking to them or giving a speech
So, dear friends, this lesson was related to Yes/No questions. I hope you understand the lesson fully.
Some more examples:
- Will you marry me?
- Can I kiss you on your lips?
- May I come in?
- Are you a student?
- Are you going to the party?
- Will you be my girlfriend?
- Can I touch you?
- Can I go with you?
- Can I help you?
- Can you play with me?
- Are you going to college today?
- Could you please lend me your pen?
- Do you have a spare pen?
- Should I go to college?
- May I come in?
- Should I enter the amount?
- Can you please order some Italian food for me?
- Is it your bag?
- Can you please help me handle the situation?
- Were you not going to the party?
- Will you go shopping?
- Didn’t you go to the party?
- May I take your phone?
- May I take some money from your purse?
- Are you ready for the trip?