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### Grade 2 - English Language3.28 Interrogative Sentences

 An interrogative sentence asks a direct question and always ends in a question mark. Directions: Select the interrogative sentences corresponding to the 'answers' given in the questions. For example: Q. Bob ate cereals for breakfast. A. What did Bob eat for breakfast? Also, write ten more interrogative sentences of your own. As a homework, read a book and write down as many interrogative sentences as you can find in it.
 Q 1: Anna has 200 Neopet cards.How many Neopet cards does Anna have.Anna has 200 Neopet cards?How many Neopet cards does Anna have? Q 2: There are twenty four students in this class room. There are twenty four students in this class room!There are twenty four students in this class room?How many students are there in this classroom? Q 3: Jack has three doughnuts for himself.How many doughnuts does Jack have for himself.How many doughnuts does Jack have for himself?Jack has three doughnuts for himself? Q 4: Polly wants 2 crackers.How many crackers does Polly want?How many crackers does Polly want.Polly wants 2 crackers? Q 5: Harold has four pet fish.How many pet fish does Harold have.How many pet fish does Harold have?Harold has four pet fish? Q 6: Molly Bought three packets of bubble gum.How many packets of bubble gum does Molly have?Molly Bought three packets of bubble gum?How many packets of bubble gum does Molly have. Q 7: Juile lost ten candies today.Juile lost ten candies today?How many candies did Juile lose today.How many candies did Juile lose today? Q 8: Robert has 21 cookies for his class.Robert has 21 cookies for his class?How many cookie does Robert have for his class.How many cookie does Robert have for his class? Question 9: This question is available to subscribers only! Question 10: This question is available to subscribers only!