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Who Asked Why? Questions and Question Marks

About the Who Asked Why? Questions and Question Marks Lesson

Summary
This is a short lesson about questions and question marks.

Objectives
• to review the format of questions or asking sentences;

• to introduce the four types of sentences.

• to provide examples of questions and the function of question mark.

Suggested Grades
1st Grade
2nd Grade
3rd Grade

Excerpt
A sentence is a group of words that makes complete sense. It expresses a complete thought or idea. There are four kinds of sentences:

1. Telling sentences tell us something.
2. Command sentences command someone or something to do something.
3. Exclamatory sentences show excitement.
4. Asking sentences ask something.

An asking sentence usually begins with a word that asks a question. For example:

who, what, when, where, why, how

Asking sentences ask a question, so they must end with a question mark. A question mark is one of the punctuation marks used to end a sentence. It looks like this: ?

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