Describing situations of cause and effect
We use question words to ask certain types of questions. We refer to them as WH,
words because they include the letters WH (for example, WHy, How).
The following grammar box shows some very useful question words, their use and
WH question words
Grammar box. WH questions
Asking for information about something
Asking about time.
Asking in or at what place or position.
Asking for reason, asking what.
Asking for age.
What is your name?
When did he leave?
Where do they live?
Why do you say that?
How old are you?
We can use question words with zero conditional sentences. They usually go at the
beginning of the sentence.
Read on april 12th, 2014.