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Change Statements into Questions 1

In this worksheet, students practise changing statements into questions by re-ordering the words.

'Change 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

We can often turn statements into questions simply by changing the order of some of the words.

For example: It is raining.

If we change the order of the words the statement becomes a question.

Is it raining?

We also use a question mark to show that the sentence is a question.

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Ian is nine years old.

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Jake has been to Florida.

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Sophie has finished her homework.

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

The blackbird has been feeding its chick.

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Jonathan has practised hard for the concert.

This time, change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(This time, don't forget the full stop.)

 

Are we going to school today?

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Are the upstairs windows closed?

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Is Paul coming to our house?

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Can Jack help Philip with his homework?

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Has Mum made my birthday cake today?

  • Question 1

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Ian is nine years old.

CORRECT ANSWER
Is Ian nine years old?
  • Question 2

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Jake has been to Florida.

CORRECT ANSWER
Has Jake been to Florida?
  • Question 3

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Sophie has finished her homework.

CORRECT ANSWER
Has Sophie finished her homework?
  • Question 4

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

The blackbird has been feeding its chick.

CORRECT ANSWER
Has the blackbird been feeding its chick?
  • Question 5

Rewrite the following statement as a question by changing the word order.

(Don't forget the question mark!)

 

Jonathan has practised hard for the concert.

CORRECT ANSWER
Has Jonathan practised hard for the concert?
  • Question 6

This time, change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(This time, don't forget the full stop.)

 

Are we going to school today?

CORRECT ANSWER
We are going to school today.
  • Question 7

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Are the upstairs windows closed?

CORRECT ANSWER
The upstairs windows are closed.
  • Question 8

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Is Paul coming to our house?

CORRECT ANSWER
Paul is coming to our house.
  • Question 9

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Can Jack help Philip with his homework?

CORRECT ANSWER
Jack can help Philip with his homework.
  • Question 10

Change the word order so that the question becomes a statement.

(Don't forget the full stop.)

 

Has Mum made my birthday cake today?

CORRECT ANSWER
Mum has made my birthday cake today.
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