Hi Teachers,

If I say, 'Create question about the story on page ...' It means information questions and yes/no questions.

And if I say, 'Create information questions about the story on page ...' It means only wh-questions.

Am I right?

Thanks in advance
I myself am not very familiar with the term 'information questions'. I would call them directly 'Wh- questions' or '5W questions'.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for your reply. The true is that I've seen both in books. So I really don't know which one is better.

But if you say, the term 'Wh-questions' is better, it's ok to me.

Then, 'Create questions about the story on page ...' means wh-questions and yes/no questions.

And, 'Create wh-questions about the story on page ...' means questions introduce by, 'where, when, who, how ...' etc.

Is that so?
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That's how I would understand them, yes.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you very much for you reply.

One more question please. I've seen:

a) Ask Wh-questions for the following paragraph.

b) Ask wh-questions for the following paragraph.

Which one is better with the 'capital' letter or 'small' letter?

Best,

TS
Emotion: smile " Create a question about the story on page..." In my own understanding, "Question" is an examination or point which need to be considered. Though oftentimes, you get the idea by seeing and hearing words as it is used in relation to the other words which shed light on it.

hope this helps
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Which one is better with the 'capital' letter or 'small' letter?-- I doubt there's a rule or even a trend, but the small letter looks less obtrusive to me.
Hi Mister Micawber,

Thank you for your reply. I didn't know the word 'obtrusive'. Now I do.

Best,

TS
Hi Liya,

Welcome to the forum. Thank you for your reply and help.

Best,

TS
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