Questions sentences in daily life for students


Questions sentences in daily life for students

Here are some extremely common interrogative sentences

You can also see most common questions which are used in daily life.

  • What is your name?
  • Where do you live?
  • In which class do you live?
  • Where do you want to go?
  • When do you go to school?
  • Do you want to go to market today?
  • Where is your brother?
  • Where is your best friend?
  • What do you eat?
  • How much money do you have?
  • How much money did you have?
  • What is the time?
  • What is day today?
  • How old are you?
  • How old is your brother?
  • What is your mother?
  • What is your school name?
  • What is your village name?
  • Are you like mango?
  • Which type of mango?
  • I don’t like papaya and you?
  • How many members do you have in your family?
  • Do you know Arul Patel?
  • Do you know my friends?
  • Where does Geeta live?
  • What is the color of water?
  • What is the color of tree?
  • What is your favorite book?
  • What is your favorite actress?
  • What is your favorite song?
  • Do you dance?
  • Did you dance?
  • How are you? And how is your brother?


Questions sentences in daily life

Questions in class room:

  • What is your name?
  • How many books do you have?
  • Do you complete your home work?
  • May you give me your pen please?
  • What is your roll no.?
  • Where is bag?
  • Do you have red pen?
  • Which is this?
  • How did you complete this math questions?
  • Which is your favorite book?
  • Which pen do you like most?
  • Are you remembering your home work?
  • Are you coming here?
  • May I sit here please?
  • Who is sitting next to you?
  • Have you completed examinations?
  • What should I do for exam?

Questions in market:

  • It is Sunday. Is it market today?
  • Where is market?
  • Are you going to market?
  • What is the price of this vegetable?
  • How is this vegetable?
  • Can you give me 1 kg potato please?
  • I took 1 kg onion and 2 kg tomato, what is the price of total?
  • How much money will you return me?
  • Do you have brinjal and radish?

Questions at home:

  • Where are my shoes?
  • Can I eat this food?
  • What is that?
  • What is new today, at dinner?
  • Who has my shirt?
  • With whom is Roy?
  • From where did you come?
  • Where will we go tomorrow?
  • What all do you need?
  • Who all with me?
  • Who is at door?

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