Make questions to underline words. Sometimes you need an auxiliary and sometimes you don't.
ANSWERS + EXPLANATION
SUBJECT QUESTIONS A subject question asks about the subject of the sentence. We don't change the word order of the question.
ANSWER Adam is going to the cinema. An accident happened last Monday.
QUESTION Who is going to the cinema? What happened last Monday.
OBJECT QUESTIONS An object question asks about the object of the sentence. We must change the word order of the question.
ANSWER Magda did her homework yesterday. He wants something special for his birthday.
QUESTION What did Magda do yesterday? What does he want for his birthday?
1) When did King Edward VIII abdicate the throne 2) Who does he usually play tennis with/With whom do you usually play tennis 3) What is the film based on 4) Who went to Manchester last summer 5) What has happened lately/What's happened lately 6) How long has she been learning English 7) Who are the detectives looking for 8) How often had Mr Nolan been trying to phone us since 10 o'clock 9) Whose father was a guitarist 10) Which jacket does Harry like best