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. When does she read a magazine?
  2. Where did you live 10 years ago?
  3. Why have you got 5 cars?
  4. Which house is yours?
  5. What can I do now?
  6. Whose computer is this?
  7. Who ate all the chocolate?
  8. Whom did he call?
  9. How old are you?

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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