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

For example: It is raining. Your browser does not support the audio element.

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

Is it raining? Your browser does not support the audio element.

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.

Jake has been to Florida.

Sophie has finished her homework.

The blackbird has been feeding its chick.

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?

Is Paul coming to our house?

Can Jack help Philip with his homework?

Has Mum made my birthday cake today?