Examples of Interrogative Sentences

The purpose of an interrogative sentence is simply to interrogate or to ask questions. They end with a question mark (?).

In this post, you will find the top 100+ Examples of Interrogative Sentences.

Examples of Interrogative Sentences

Affirmative Sentence

  1. Who are you?
  2. How many brothers and sisters are you?
  3. Who does not know Rabindranath?
  4. Does he go to school every day?
  5. Has Kamal any friends?
  6. Why are you weeping?
  7. Are we alone here?
  8. What is your father like?
  9. Is your father well?
  10. Who among you is the tallest?
  11. Is it raining now?
  12. What more do you want?
  13. Is Bile an expert swimmer?

Negative Sentences

  1. Will you go?
  2. Does not Swapan know it?
  3. Do you not take milk?
  4. Why are you not reading?
  5. Has he not read Rabindranath’s Shesher Kabita?
  6. Can’t Ranjan play cricket?
  7. Did he not have a wink of sleep last night?
  8. Have you not heard the name Vidyasagar?
  9. Is not his mother well?
  10. Do they not live in Calcutta?
  11. Is not the hospital being built?
  12. Do you not love your brother?

Uses of WHO

  1. Who am I?
  2. Who are we
  3. Who are you?
  4. Who are you?
  5. Who is he?
  6. Who are they?
  7. Who is this boy?
  8. Who are these men?
  9. Who has done this?
  10. Who will sing?
  11. Who has called you?
  12. Who has called you?
  13. Whose friends are you?
  14. Whom do you want?
  15. Who is knocking at the door?
  16. Who came here yesterday?
  17. Who told you this story?
  18. Whose bicycle do you want?
  19. Whose books are these?
  20. Whom did you see yesterday?
  21. Whom are you waiting for?
  22. Who is there waiting for you?
  23. Who won the Battle of Plassey?
  24. Who discovered America?
  25. Whom are you speaking to?
  26. Who wrote this letter?
  27. Who told you to do this?
  28. Who insulted you?

Use of WHICH

  1. Which (of these things) is new?
  2. Which (of them) are old?
  3. Which of these is black?
  4. Which will you take?
  5. Which book is yours?
  6. Which boy broke the glass?
  7. Which way shall we go?
  8. Which (what) class do you read in?
  9. Which (of these boys) is your brother?
  10. Which boy is making a noise? or, Which of the boys is making a noise?
  11. Which village do you live in?
  12. Which way did you come by?
  13. Which is the best book?

Use of WHAT

  1. What is this?
  2. What are these?
  3. What have I said?
  4. What did he do?
  5. What noise is that?
  6. What is your name?
  7. What more do you want?
  8. What were you reading?
  9. What are they talking about?
  10. What is Benares famous for?
  11. What is your father like?
  12. What will you do now?
  13. What goods are imported into India from England?

Use of WHEN

  1. When do you eat or dine?
  2. When did he come?
  3. When will the sunrise be?
  4. When were you born?
  5. When will it get dark?
  6. When does he sleep?
  7. When is the next delivery of the mail?
  8. When can you come again?
  9. When will you get home?
  10. When will you go to the market?

Use of WHERE

  1. Where do they read?
  2. Where did you go?
  3. Where is Gogol?
  4. Where is the pencil?
  5. Where were you yesterday?
  6. Where have you been so long?
  7. Where is your native place?
  8. Where shall we stand?
  9. Where did you get this book?
  10. Where is the girl going?
  11. Where does he live?
  12. Where is your mother going?
  13. Where do you want to go?
  14. Where did you see him last?
  15. Where do you go for your studies?
  16. Where do we meet again?

Use of HOW

  1. How are you?
  2. How old are you
  3. How is your father?
  4. How far has he gone?
  5. How do you like this place?
  6. How did you break the glass?
  7. How many hands have you?
  8. How could he behave like this?
  9. How can he do this?
  10. How high is the Lingaraj Temple?
  11. How many stars are there in the sky?
  12. How have you done this?

Use of WHY

  1. Why are you late?
  2. Why do you laugh?
  3. Why should I go?
  4. Why do you come?
  5. Why did you fail?
  6. Why did you go there?
  7. Why was he absent yesterday?
  8. Why did you leave the school?
  9. Why did he not go home yesterday?
  10. Why did Ram beat you?
  11. Why did the teacher rebuke the student?

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