Who - asking for a person and animal: subject: no do, does, did Jane opened the
door. Who opened the door? Tom helped in the
garden.Who helped in the garden?
Who - asking for a person and animal: object: do, does, did They greet their teacher. Who do they greet?
He asked Mary about
the burglary. Who did they ask about the burglary?
What - asking for a thing: subject: no do, does, did His ankle hurts. What hurts? The flower
pot fell on the floor. What fell on
What - asking for a thing: object: do, does, did She usually wears jeans. What does she usually wear?
They built a castle in the sand. What did they build in the
Whose - asking for the 2nd case This is Peter’s pencil. Whose pencil is this? Carol’s father was a drummer. Whose father was a drummer?
When - asking for the time I saw her yesterday. When did you see her?
They came home at midnight. When did they come home?
Where - asking for the place He flew to Manchester. Where did he fly? He lives in a big house. Where does he live?
Why - asking for a reason (Grund) He stayed at home because
he was ill. Why did he stay at home? They like him because
he is always friendly. Why do they like him?
How - asking for the manner (Art und Weise) He drove fast. How did he drive? My holidays were great. How were your holidays?
long - asking for a period of time (Zeitdauer) They stayed there for
a week. How long did they stay there? He lived in London for
a year. How long did he live in London?
many - asking for an exact amount (genaue Mengenangabe) In this factory work 500 people. How many people work in this
factory? 50 kids were at his party. How many kids were at his party?
much - asking for not exact amount (nicht genaue Mengenangabe) He gets 10 pounds pocket money a month. How much pocket money does
he get a month? She bought three bottles of wine. How much wine did she buy?
often - asking for frequency (Häufigkeit) They play tennis twice
a week. How often do they play tennis? She meets him every Friday. How often does she meet him?