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If loading fails, click here to try again You will see a sentence, and then two possible questions asking about it. Only ONE of the questions is formed correctly. Look carefully at the question to see if it is asking about the subject or object of the sentence, and then choose the grammatically-correct question.
After you finish, click "Get Results" to check your answers. Question 1 My sister enjoyed the movie. A Who did enjoy the movie? B Who enjoyed the movie? Question 2 Teresa visits Germany every summer.
A What country does Teresa visit every summer? B What country Teresa visits every summer? Question 3 The dog broke the TV. A What did the dog break? B What the dog broke? Question 4 I left my keys at the office. A Who did leave their keys at the office? B Who left their keys at the office?
Question 5 Nathan gave me a bottle of wine. A What did Nathan give you? B What Nathan gave you? Question 6 The repairman fixed my roof. A Who did fix your roof? B Who fixed your roof? Question 7 The traffic made me late for work. A What did make you late for work? B What made you late for work? A How much does insurance cost?
B How much insurance costs? Question 9 Alyssa hired Joe for the job. A Who did Alyssa hire for the job? B Who Alyssa hired for the job? Question 10 The beautiful beach draws tourists to this area. A What does draw tourists to this area? B What draws tourists to this area? Question 11 Peter warned Ralph about the danger.
A Who did warn Ralph about the danger? B Who warned Ralph about the danger? Question 12 We invite everyone to our parties. A Who do you invite to your parties? B Who you invite to your parties? Question 13 My friend helped me move to a new apartment. A Who did help you move to a new apartment? B Who helped you move to a new apartment?
Question 14 Henry plays the trumpet. A What musical instrument does Henry play? B What musical instrument Henry plays? Question 15 I want you to lead this project. A Who do you want to lead this project? B Who you want to lead this project? Once you are finished, click the button below.
Any items you have not completed will be marked incorrect. Get Results There are 15 questions to complete. If you leave this page, your progress will be lost. Keep trying! Not bad! Good work! Karen likes Fred. Jennifer lied to Sam. The earthquake damaged my house. We want some fruit juice. Who did Jennifer lie to?
Who likes Fred? What causes cancer? What damaged your house? Who lied to Sam? Object Q: What is Paul washing? Answer: Paul is washing the car. Object Q: What was the manager talking about? Answer: The manager was talking about the problem. Object Q: How much have your parents spent on a computer? Object Q: What have you been working on? Answer: I have been working on this project. Object Q: Who will this book help? Answer: This textbook will help the students.
Who wants fruit juice? What did damage your house? Please wait while the activity loads. If loading fails, click here to try again. You will see a sentence, and then two possible questions asking about it. Your answers are highlighted below. Question 1. Question 1 Explanation:. Question 2. What country does Teresa visit every summer? Question 2 Explanation:.
Question 3. Question 3 Explanation:. Question 4. Question 4 Explanation:. Question 5. Question 5 Explanation:. Question 6. Question 6 Explanation:. Question 7. Question 7 Explanation:.
Who can go shopping? Who cooks dinner every day? Where do you have your car? What has just crashed? What is Ana studying now? Who did you go to the party with? I went with Tina's brother.
Home About My account Contact Us. Subject and object questions Subject questions When who or what is the subject of the question, we use the affirmative form of the verb. Some new flowers surprised both this season. Who are the children playing with? What did Mary break?
May be freely copied for personal or classroom use. Subject and Object Questions Exercise 1. Make an object question and a subject question. 1. The car is in.
Look at the following prompts and decide if the required question is a subject or object question. Choose the correct questions using the following prompts. You should ask a question about the word underlined:. I bought a newspaper this morning.
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An exercise about making subject and object questions. Download this quiz in PDF here. Subject and Object Questions 1. Make object or subject questions.
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