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I have problems with these words on creating questions.Example, " Does your hand pain ? " or " Is your hand pain ? ".Another great example is " Is our/your glass broken ? " or " Does our/your glass broken ? " I cannot understand which want to use.Can someone show me some tips/guides/techniques or sentence constructions techniqueson these words example like ( Is/Are + verb/noun + object/subject ) on how to use these words ?Thanks for your consideration.I am so sad that my English is weak Emotion: crying.So guys, I hope you can try your very best to explain these out.
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Does your hand hurt?-- hurt is a verb. Do + verb.
Is your hand painful? -- painful is an adjective. Be + adjective.

Do you feel pain in your hand?-- Pain is a noun. Noun is object of preposition ('in').

Is your glass broken?- Yes. Be + past participle as adjective or as passive voice.
So is this my sentence right ? " Is our car stolen ? ".And Do and Be when to use ? Is Do is use for verb and Be use for adjective,adverb and noun ? But why you use Do in the 3rd sentence Mister Micawber ? I thought your examples said pain which is a noun needs(Should I use need or needs.I am not sure.Please correct me Mister Micawber) to use be? By the way thanks for you earlier explanantions Mister Micawber .Emotion: smile
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So is this my sentence right? " Is our car stolen? "-- Yes, and 'stolen' is a predicate adjective, but the usual form is 'Has our car been stolen?', which is an example of a present perfect verb in passive voice.

And Do and Be when to use? Is Do is use for verb and Be use for adjective,adverb and noun? -- Yes.

But why you use Do in the 3rd sentence Mister Micawber ?-- Nouns can also be verb objects. 'Feel' is the verb.

I thought your examples said pain which is a noun needs to use be? -- No, that is only one use of nouns. Such a noun (or adjective) is called a subject complement.

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I understand at last.Thank you very much, Mister Micawber.Why you use " Has our car been stolen ? " Can i use " Is our car has been stolen " because the verb be followed by past participle right ? Example, they are(verb be ) allowed ( past participle ) to enter.Another thing I want to tell you is why people say that " Is he allowed to enter ? " eventhough allowed Is a verb ? It should be Does he allowed to enter right ?
Did you search and read about the underlined phrases in the post above?

Can i use " Is our car has been stolen " because the verb be followed by past participle right ?-- No, you have both 'is' and 'has'. That is not correct.

" Is he allowed to enter ? " eventhough allowed Is a verb ?--'Is allowed' is passive voice. Read about the things I have underlined before asking more on this topic.
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Mister MicawberDid you search and read about the underlined phrases in the post above?Can i use " Is our car has been stolen " because the verb be followed by past participle right ?-- No, you have both 'is' and 'has'. That is not correct." Is he allowed to enter ? " eventhough allowed Is a verb ?--'Is allowed' is passive voice. Read about the things I have underlined before asking more on this topic.
You got incredible patience, Mr. Micawber. =))
I have read everything.So i just need to remove the ' has ' isn't it if I'm not mistaken? Example, " Is our car been stolen ".Or is it wrong again?
Sorry, wrong again. You have confused passive voice and present progressive or present continuous. Please read about those.
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