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I have 2 sentences and I need to write 4 different types of questions to each of them:

1. It only takes a ten seconds to clean your tongue.

2. The technicial left dentures on the shelf.



As I have mentioned, I need to write 4 different questions for sentences:



1. Yes/No Question

2. Question Word Question

3. Choice question

4. Tag question



I will be very thankful. I really need your help.
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Why don't you try doing it on your own first, and then we'll help you with difficulties you may have.

One problem with the second sentence is the word "technical." This word is an adjective, but you need to use a noun.
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sorry, that word should be "technicial" not "technical"

Ok. I 'll try to write these sentences on my own.

so..

1. It only takes a ten seconds to clean your tongue.
aistemm1. It only takes a ten seconds to clean your tongue.
1. Yes/no question - Does it takes only ten seconds to clean your tongue?

Does it take only ten seconds to clean your tongue?
2. Question Word Question -what does it takes to you ten minutes?

How long does it take to clean your tongue?
3. Choice question -Does it takes to you ten seconds to clean your tongue or not?

Does it take only ten seconds to clean your tongue, or does it take longer?
4. Tag question- It takes only ten minutes to clean your tongue, doesn't it?

It takes only ten seconds to clean your tongue, doesn't it?

2. The technician left his dentures on the shelf.

The technician left his dentures on the shelf.
1. Yes/no question- Did the technicial leave his dentures on the shelf?

Did the technician leave his dentures on the shelf?
2.Question Word Question -where did the technicial leave his dentures?

Where did the technician leave his dentures?
3. Choice question- Did the technicial left his dentures or not?

Did the technician leave his dentures on the shelf or by the sink?

4.Tag question- The technicial left his dentures on the shelf. Didn't he?

The technician left his dentures on the shelf, didn't he?

Check the web site "Grammar Goblin" for a good explanation of the different types of questions.