Present simple questions
We use the auxiliary verbs do and does to form questions in present simple tense. They are also called helping verbs because they don’t have meaning, but help to form the questions. We use do with I, you, we and they.
Example: Do you speak English?
We use does with he, she or it.
Example: Does he go to work by car?
If the question starts with do or does, it is called a Yes/No question, because it requires a short answer. If the question starts with a question word, it is called a Wh- question and it requires a full answer.
Example: When do you have lunch?
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