This worksheet is a language exercise where students are asked to create yes/no questions that correspond to given statements. Each of the ten statements provided on the worksheet has a blank space where the student must formulate a question that would elicit the given answer. For example, the statement “Yes, she is here.” requires the student to write a question for which this could be the response. The task requires the student to understand the statement and create an appropriate question that aligns with it.
The worksheet teaches students to think critically about sentence structure and the relationship between questions and their answers. It helps them practice forming yes/no questions in English, which is a foundational grammar skill. By converting statements into questions, students enhance their understanding of verb conjugation and subject-verb agreement. This exercise also encourages logical reasoning, as the student must consider what question leads to the provided statement as an answer.