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  Text # 1 A famous English writer was traveling on horseback with a servant Text # 1 A famous English writer was traveling on horseback with a servant 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 1 A famous English writer was traveling on horseback with a servant Text # 1 A famous English writer was traveling on horseback with a servant 1 General short answer Was a famous English writer traveling on horseback with a servant? 2 Special full answer How was a famous English writer traveling? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who was traveling? 4 Alternative full answer Was a famous English writer traveling on horseback with a servant or not? 5 Tag-question short answer A famous English writer was traveling on horseback with a servant, wasn’t he? A famous English writer wasn’t traveling on horseback with a servant, was he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Wasn’t a famous English writer traveling on horseback with a servant?

  Text # 2 Jonathan Swift lik ed order in everything 1 General 2 Special Text # 2 Jonathan Swift lik ed order in everything 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 2 Jonathan Swift liked order in everything 1 General short answer Did Text # 2 Jonathan Swift liked order in everything 1 General short answer Did Jonathan Swift like order in everything? 2 Special full answer What Did Jonathan Swift like? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who liked order in everything? 4 Alternative full answer Did Jonathan Swift like order in everything or not? 5 Tag-question short answer Jonathan Swift liked order in everything, didn’t he? Jonathan Swift didn’t like order in everything, did he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t Jonathan Swift like order in everything?

  Text # 3. At a party Bernard Shaw stood up and said. 1 General Text # 3. At a party Bernard Shaw stood up and said. 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  At a party Bernard Shaw stood up and said. 1 General short answer Did At a party Bernard Shaw stood up and said. 1 General short answer Did Bernard Shaw stand up and say? 2 Special full answer What did Bernard Shaw do? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who stood up and said? 4 Alternative full answer Did Bernard Shaw stand up and say or not? 5 Tag-question short answer At a party Bernard Shaw stood up and said, didn’t he? At a party Bernard Shaw didn’t stand up and said, did he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t Bernard Shaw stand up and say?

  Text # 4 After a War of Independence the USA need ed a capital Text # 4 After a War of Independence the USA need ed a capital city. 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 4 After a War of Independence the USA needed a capital city. Text # 4 After a War of Independence the USA needed a capital city. 1 General short answer Did a capital city need after a War of Independence the USA? 2 Special full answer What did it need after a War of Independence the USA? 3 Question to the subject short answer What needed after a War of Independence the USA? 4 Alternative full answer Did a capital city need after a War of Independence the USA or not? 5 Tag-question short answer After a War of Independence the USA needed a capital city, didn’t it? After a War of Independence the USA didn’t need a capital city, did it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t it need a capital city after a War of Independence the USA?

  Text # 5. A king lik ed to write stories. 1 General 2 Special Text # 5. A king lik ed to write stories. 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 5. A king lik ed to write stories. 1 General short answer Text # 5. A king lik ed to write stories. 1 General short answer Did a king like to write stories? 2 Special full answer What did a king like to write? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who liked to write stories? 4 Alternative full answer Did a king like to write stories or not? 5 Tag-question short answer A king liked to write stories, didn’t he? A king didn’t like to write stories, did he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t a king like to write stories?

  Text # 6 A hundred years ago people knew how to entertain themselves much Text # 6 A hundred years ago people knew how to entertain themselves much better then now. 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 6 A hundred years ago people knew how to entertain themselves much Text # 6 A hundred years ago people knew how to entertain themselves much better then now. 1 General short answer Did people know how to entertain themselves much better then now? 2 Special full answer What did people know much better then now? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who knew how to entertain themselves much better then now? 4 Alternative full answer Did people know how to entertain themselves much better then now or not? 5 Tag-question short answer A hundred years ago people knew how to entertain themselves much better then now, didn’t they? A hundred years ago people didn’t know how to entertain themselves much better then now, did they? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t people know how to entertain themselves much better then now?

  Text#7 About the year 1600,  there lived in London a noted executioner named Text#7 About the year 1600, there lived in London a noted executioner named Derrick 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text#7 About the year 1600,  there lived in London a noted executioner named Text#7 About the year 1600, there lived in London a noted executioner named Derrick 1 General short answer Did there live a noted executioner named Derrick? 2 Special full answer When did there live a noted executioner named Derrick? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who lived about the year 1600? 4 Alternative full answer Did there live a noted executioner named Derrick or not? 5 Tag-question short answer About the year 1600, there lived in London a noted executioner named Derrick, didn’t he? About the year 1600, there didn’t live in London a noted executioner named Derrick, did he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t there live a noted executioner named Derrick?

  Text # 8 Bisons have not always lived in North America 1 General 2 Text # 8 Bisons have not always lived in North America 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 8 Bisons have not always lived in North America 1 General short Text # 8 Bisons have not always lived in North America 1 General short answer Have bisons always lived in North America? 2 Special full answer Where have bisons always lived? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who always have lived in North America? 4 Alternative full answer Have bisons always lived in North America or not? 5 Tag-question short answer Bisons have always lived in North America, haven’t they? Bisons have not always lived in North America, have they? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Haven’t bisons always lived in North America?

  Text# 9 A child goes to school for the first time 1 General 2 Text# 9 A child goes to school for the first time 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text# 9 A child goes to school for the first time 1 General short Text# 9 A child goes to school for the first time 1 General short answer Does a child go to school for the first time? 2 Special full answer Where does a child go for the first time? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who goes to school for the first time? 4 Alternative full answer Does a child go to school for the first time or not? 5 Tag-question short answer A child goes to school for the first time, doesn’t he? A child doesn’t go to school for the first time, does he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Doesn’t a child go to school for the first time?

  Text # 10  Mr. Nelson wanted to be elected a sheriff in a Text # 10 Mr. Nelson wanted to be elected a sheriff in a New Hampshire county 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 10  Mr. Nelson wanted to be elected a sheriff in a Text # 10 Mr. Nelson wanted to be elected a sheriff in a New Hampshire county 1 General short answer Did Mr. Nelson want to be elected a sheriff? 2 Special full answer Where did Mr. Nelson want to be elected a sheriff? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who wanted to be elected a sheriff? 4 Alternative full answer Did Mr. Nelson want to be elected a sheriff or not? 5 Tag-question short answer Mr. Nelson wanted to be elected a sheriff in a New Hampshire county, didn’t he? Mr. Nelson didn’t want to be elected a sheriff in a New Hampshire county, did he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t Mr. Nelson want to be elected a sheriff?

  Text# 11  I've been in England for three months now 1 General 2 Text# 11 I’ve been in England for three months now 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text# 11  I've been in England for three months now 1 General short Text# 11 I’ve been in England for three months now 1 General short answer Have you been in England for three months now? 2 Special full answer How long have you been in England? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who has been in England for three months now? 4 Alternative full answer Have you been in England for three months now or not? 5 Tag-question short answer I’ve been in England for three months now, haven’t I ? I haven’t been in England for three months now, have I ? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Haven’t you been in England for three months now?

  Text # 12  London parks are the most beautiful areas of the city Text # 12 London parks are the most beautiful areas of the city 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 12  London parks are the most beautiful areas of the city Text # 12 London parks are the most beautiful areas of the city 1 General short answer Are London parks the most beautiful areas of the city? 2 Special full answer What kind of parks are the most beautiful areas of the city? 3 Question to the subject short answer What are the most beautiful areas of the city? 4 Alternative full answer Are London parks the most beautiful areas of the city or not? 5 Tag-question short answer London parks are the most beautiful areas of the city, aren’t they? London parks aren’t the most beautiful areas of the city, are they? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Aren’t London parks the most beautiful areas of the city?

  Text # 13 The nickname for the American Government is Uncle Sam.  1 Text # 13 The nickname for the American Government is Uncle Sam. 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text #13 The nickname for the American Government is Uncle Sam 1 General short Text #13 The nickname for the American Government is Uncle Sam 1 General short answer Is the nickname for the American Government Uncle Sam? 2 Special full answer What is the nickname for the American Government? 3 Question to the subject short answer Whose name is Uncle Sam? 4 Alternative full answer Is the nickname for the American Government Uncle Sam or not? 5 Tag-question short answer The nickname for the American Government is Uncle Sam, isn’t it? The nickname for the American Government isn’t Uncle Sam, is it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Isn’t the nickname for the American Government Uncle Sam?

  Text #14 The name of the land was Laconia 1 General 2 Special 3 Text #14 The name of the land was Laconia 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text #14 The name of the land was Laconia 1 General short answer Was Text #14 The name of the land was Laconia 1 General short answer Was the name of the land Laconia? 2 Special full answer What was the name of the land? 3 Question to the subject short answer Whose name was Laconia? 4 Alternative full answer Was the name of the land Laconia or not? 5 Tag-question short answer The name of the land was Laconia, wasn’t it? The name of the land wasn’t Laconia, was it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Wasn’t the name of the land Laconia?

  Text #15 Fishing is my favorite sport 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to Text #15 Fishing is my favorite sport 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text #15 Fishing is my favorite sport 1 General short answer Is my favorite Text #15 Fishing is my favorite sport 1 General short answer Is my favorite sport fishing? 2 Special full answer What is my favorite sport? 3 Question to the subject short answer Whose favorite sport is fishing? 4 Alternative full answer Is my favorite sport fishing or not? 5 Tag-question short answer Fishing is my favorite sport, isn’t it? Fishing isn’t my favorite sport, is it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Isn’t my favorite sport fishing?

  Text # 16 On Saturday Charlie went to the cinema 1 General 2 Special Text # 16 On Saturday Charlie went to the cinema 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 16 On Saturday Charlie went to the cinema 1 General short answer Text # 16 On Saturday Charlie went to the cinema 1 General short answer Did Charlie go to the cinema on Saturday? 2 Special full answer Where did Charlie go on Saturday? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who went to the cinema on Saturday? 4 Alternative full answer Did Charlie go to the cinema on Saturday or not? 5 Tag-question short answer On Saturday Charlie went to the cinema, didn’t he? On Saturday Charlie didn’t go to the cinema, did he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t Charlie go to the cinema on Saturday?

  Text# 17 Hobby is something that one does 1 General 2 Special 3 Question Text# 17 Hobby is something that one does 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 17 Hobby is something that one does 1 General short answer Is Text # 17 Hobby is something that one does 1 General short answer Is hobby something that one does? 2 Special full answer What is hobby? 3 Question to the subject short answer What is it? 4 Alternative full answer Is hobby something that one does or not? 5 Tag-question short answer Hobby is something that one does, isn’t it? Hobby isn’t something that one does, is it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Isn’t hobby something that one does?

  Text# 18 Murillo was a great painter in Spain 1 General 2 Special 3 Text# 18 Murillo was a great painter in Spain 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 18 Murillo was a great painter in Spain 1 General short answer Text # 18 Murillo was a great painter in Spain 1 General short answer Was Murillo a great painter in Spain? 2 Special full answer Where was Murillo a great painter? 3 Question to the subject short answer Who was a great painter? 4 Alternative full answer Was Murillo a great painter in Spain, or not? 5 Tag-question short answer Murillo was a great painter in Spain, wasn’t he? Murillo wasn’t a great painter in Spain, was he? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Wasn’t Murillo a great painter in Spain?

  Text# 19 A dog steal s a piece of meat from the cook 1 Text# 19 A dog steal s a piece of meat from the cook 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text# 19 A dog steals a piece of meat from the cook 1 General Text# 19 A dog steals a piece of meat from the cook 1 General short answer Does a dog steal a piece of meat from the cook? 2 Special full answer Where does a dog steal a piece of meat? 3 Question to the subject short answer What steals a piece of meat from the cook? 4 Alternative full answer Does a dog steal a piece of meat from the cook or not? 5 Tag-question short answer A dog steals a piece of meat from the cook, doesn’t it? A dog doesn’t steal a piece of meat from the cook, does it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Doesn’t a dog steals a piece of meat from the cook?

  Text # 20 The invention of the phonograph happen ed quite by accident Text # 20 The invention of the phonograph happen ed quite by accident 1 General 2 Special 3 Question to the subject 4 Alternative 5 Tag-question 6 Interrogative-negative

  Text # 20 The invention of the phonograph happened quite by accident 1 General Text # 20 The invention of the phonograph happened quite by accident 1 General short answer Did the invention of phonograph happen quite by accident? 2 Special full answer How d id the invention of phonograph happen? 3 Question to the subject short answer What happened by accident? 4 Alternative full answer Did the invention of phonograph happen quite by accident or not? 5 Tag-question short answer The invention of the phonograph happened quite by accident, didn’t it? The invention of the phonograph didn’t happen quite by accident, did it? 6 Interrogative-negative full answer Didn’t the invention of phonograph happen quite by accident?