Definition and Examples of Interrogative Sentences

An interrogative sentence asks a question, as opposed to those that make a statement, provide a command, or express an exclamation.


  • Is it cold outside?
  • Are you feeling better?
  • Was the film good?
  • Did you like it?
  • Does it taste good?
  • What is your name?
  • What’s the time?
  • Where is the toilet, please?
  • Where shall we go?
  • How do you open this?
  • When will you visit your moms?
  • Where do you live?
  • Where shall we go?
  • Why haven’t you started studying?
  • When did you finish your school?
  • Where in the world did I leave my phone?
  • What do you think about this subject?
  • Should I call or email you?
  • Why are so scared of me?
  • Who fixed the computer?
  • How many times do you smoke?
  • Who knows the answers to these questions?
  • Whom did you see yesterday?
  • Why are you not interested?
  • Whose pants are these?
  • Why didn’t you go to school?
  • Which car would make you happier?
  • Which do you prefer, white or red?
  • Are you going on holiday this weekend?
  • Who is coming to the play?
  • When do you intend to move here?
  • Whose birthday today?
  • Does she have black hair?
  • What is your name?
  • Why are you bored?
  • Will you go abroad after you finish school?
Choose your Reaction!