Hard-to-Find Subjects in Questions Video Lesson

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Hard to Find Subjects in Questions

In interrogative sentences, the subject is usually not followed by a verb. To find the subject, rearrange the question into a declarative statement, and then look for your subject.

Examples of Hard to Find Subjects in Questions

When did you finish your homework? → You did finish your homework when.
May I go to the restroom? → I may go to the restroom.
Are these notes on the ground yours? → These notes on the ground are yours.
Has Fred been to the art museum? → Fred has been to the art museum.

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