Unit 11.1

Wh- Questions

Syntax

Auf English gibt es zwei haupt Fragetypen: Yes/No Questions und Wh- Questions.

Wh- Questions fangen immer mit einem Wh- Questions Words an (Fragepronomen), das zeigt welche Information wir wollen. Diese Fragen werden auch Open Questions genannt (offene Fragen), weil die mögliche Antworten unendlich sind.

Wh- Questions haben diese Bildung:
Wh- question word + auxiliary/modal verb + subject + verb + …?

when, where, why, which, what, whose, who, whom,how.

  1. What can I do now?
  2. When does she need to wear glasses?
  3. Where did you live 10 years ago?
  4. Which synagogue is yours?
  5. Who listened carefully?
  6. Whom did he call?
  7. Whose lawyer is this?
  8. Why have you got Christian hereditary?
  9. How old were you when you became religious?

Wh- Wörter werden verwendet, um Fragen zu stellen:

  1. When (to ask for information about time);
  2. Where (to ask for information about place);
  3. Why (to ask for a reason);
  4. Which (to ask for information about a preference between two or more things);
  5. What (to ask for information about something);
  6. Whose (to ask for information about who something belongs to);
  7. Who (to ask for information about people, as a subject);
  8. Whom (to ask for information about people, as an object);
  9. How (to ask for information about the way something is done, the way something happens).

Es ist sehr wichtig ein Hilfs- oder Modalverb nach einer Wh- Questions und bevor einem Subjekt zu platzieren.

Auf English, neigen wir dazu Wh- Questions zu verwenden.

Diese sind Fragen, die immer mit einem Wh- Wort anfangen, und zeigen die Information, die wir wollen:

  • When (to ask about time);
  • Where (to ask about place);
  • Why (to ask for a reason);
  • Which (to ask about a preference between two or more things);
  • What (to ask about something);
  • Whose (to ask about who something belongs to).
  • Who (to ask about people, as a subject);
  • Whom (to ask about people, as an object);
  • How (to ask about the way something is done, the way something happens).

Um eine Wh- Questions zu formieren, folgen wir diese Bildung:
Wh- question words + auxiliary/modal verb + subject + verb + … + question mark (?)

when, where, why, which, what, whose, who, whom, how.

Zum Beispiel:
— „Where is the toilet?“ = Das Fragewort „where“ schlägt vor, dass der Sprecher die Position von etwas wissen will.

NOTE: Ein Hilfsverb (be/have…) oder Modalverb (can/could/would…) muss nach einer Wh- Frage und bevor einem Subjekt platziert werden.

Let’s revise this content within the [Form] section. Take a look at the [Example] section that shows its use within a context.

Lizenz

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