– Where you work?
– What she likes to eat?
– How much it costs?
– Why they come late every day?
– What this means?
– Where do you work?
– What does she like to eat?
– How much does it cost?
– Why do they come late every day?
– What does this mean?
Remember – for Present Tense Questions:
- Include do or does as an auxiliary verb with most main verbs
- Use do with I, you, we, they
- Use does with he, she, it
- The main exceptions include:
- Verb to be (Is he happy? not: Does he happy? not: Does he is happy?)
- Modals like can/could/should (Can you drive a truck? not: Do you can drive a truck?)
- When you use do/does as auxiliary verb in a question, the main verb is always in its base form
- “like“, not “likes” (base verb is to like)
- “cost“, not “costs” (base verb is to cost)
- Look here to review the correct order of words in a question