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Turn Statements into Questions 1

In this worksheet students familiarise themselves with a range of words typically used to open questions.

'Turn Statements into Questions 1' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

Curriculum subtopic:   Use Sentences with Different Forms

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

A question is a type of sentence that needs an answer.

 

What time is it?

Where are you?

Why are you crying?

When can I go out to play?

Who is that man?

How much does that cost?

 

Did you notice that nearly all these questions start with words beginning with 'wh'? They are sometimes called question words or 'wh' words.

 

We have to remember that 'how' is the odd one out, but it is still a question word.

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ much does this book cost?

Who

How

Where

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ are you going?

When

What

Where

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ has borrowed my ruler without asking?

How

Who

Why

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ time is she coming?

What

Where

How

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ can't I go out to play?

What

How

Why

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ is your birthday?

Where

Why

When

This time, choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ are you looking at me like that?

Choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ are my gloves?

Choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ is your favourite colour?

Choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ knows the answer to this question?

  • Question 1

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ much does this book cost?

CORRECT ANSWER
How
  • Question 2

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ are you going?

CORRECT ANSWER
Where
  • Question 3

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ has borrowed my ruler without asking?

CORRECT ANSWER
Who
  • Question 4

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ time is she coming?

CORRECT ANSWER
What
  • Question 5

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ can't I go out to play?

CORRECT ANSWER
Why
  • Question 6

What is the missing word in this question?

 

__________ is your birthday?

CORRECT ANSWER
When
  • Question 7

This time, choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ are you looking at me like that?

CORRECT ANSWER
Why are you looking at me like that?
  • Question 8

Choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ are my gloves?

CORRECT ANSWER
Where are my gloves?
  • Question 9

Choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ is your favourite colour?

CORRECT ANSWER
What is your favourite colour?
  • Question 10

Choose the best question word and write out the whole question in the answer box.

 

Don't forget to add the question mark at the end.

 

__________ knows the answer to this question?

CORRECT ANSWER
Who knows the answer to this question?
---- OR ----

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