8 Interrogative Sentences in a Classroom

Interrogative Sentences: These sentences ask a question. They usually end with a question mark. For example: “Do you have a pet?” “What is your favorite food?” Interrogative sentences are asking something.

  • Who can tell me what the main idea of this passage is?
  • What is the difference between similes and metaphors?
  • Can anyone name the capital city of France?
  • How do you solve for x in this equation?
  • When was the Civil War fought?
  • Where should we place the decimal point in this number?
  • Why did the character make that decision in the story?
  • Did everyone finish reading chapter 5 last night?

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