We ask questions without giving much thought to how we actually construct a question. In English, there are two main ways of forming a question: either by inverting the subject and the main verb or by the use of an auxiliary verb (a helping verb).
Here are two examples:
One thing you must always remember when writing a question - the question mark at the end. You shouldn't have too many problems with this 11-plus quiz.
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