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Changing past-tense sentences to questions

Changing past-tense sentences to questions
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This is one of a series of worksheets for upper-elementary and middle-school advanced beginner and intermediate ESL students, as well as for students who speak non-standard English. The exercises give practice in changing affirmative sentences to negative statements or questions, requiring the use of the auxiliary verb "do" in its conjugated forms with the main verb in its base form. In changing "We went to the beach" to a negative statement, for example, many English learners will find it logical to say "We didn't went to the beach" rather than "We didn't go to the beach." (It is assumed that, prior to assigning this worksheet, the teacher will have taught or reviewed this particular syntax skill.)
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30 minutes
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