Free online interrogatives lessons and exercises. In
each exercise are explanations, examples, and practice forming good questions.
On these worksheets, students learn common question formats. Practice involves
rewriting sentences. These exercises are colorful, organized, and contains
easy-to-understand rules that students of all levels can grasp.
These worksheets work especially well with English as a second language
students because English differs from many other languages in regards to
interrogative structure. Question forming is often difficult for foreign
language speakers due to the mandatory word order inversion in English questions.
This is especially true for Spanish speaking students, where word order
inversion is uncommon. In each question, students are presented with a group
of words. The object is to put these words in the correct order to form
a syntactically correct question.