Change statements into questions

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Read the sentences given below and write whether they are declarative, interrogative, imperative or exclamatory.

An example is given below.

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Change the following statements into questions.

Example

Exercise

1. Amar has bought a car.

2. I read an interesting book yesterday.

3. I was washing the car when they came.

4. Jack has bought an interesting book from the library.

5. My sister has won a prize.

6. This book is full of beautiful pictures.

7. There is no water left in the bottle.

8. Her mother has bought a nice gift for her.

9. Bengal is known for its sweets.

10. Diana has gone to the market.

11. He had a strange experience yesterday.

12. They went on a picnic last week.

13. My sister writes stories.

14. My grandparents live with my uncle.

15. She earns a six figure salary.

16. My mother makes delicious cakes.

17. It was an unforgettable experience.

18. The sun gives us heat and light.

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Adjectives
Adjectives placed before nouns
Adjectives placed after verbs
Adjectives without Nouns
Adjectives: order before nouns
Kinds of Adjectives
Adjectives with and