Learn to Speak English Easily: Questions Using ‘when’

‘When’ is used to question about time. In such questions ‘when’ is followed by ‘am, is, are, was, were, have, has, had, do, does, did, can, could, will, would, shall should, may, might and must’. Examples showing the use of ‘When am’, ‘When is’ and ‘When are’ and how such questions can be answered is given below.

Questions using ‘When am’, ‘When is’ and ‘When are’

Q: When am I going to get a job?
A: You will get one soon.

Q: When is the party?
A: It is at eight o’clock.

Q: When is your birth day?
A: It is on the 10th of this month.

Q: When is he coming?
A: He is coming at 7 o’clock/on Sunday.

Q: When is your interview?
A: It is on Monday.

Q: When are you going?
A: I am going tomorrow/on Sunday.

Q: When are they shifting?
A: They are shifting next month.

Q: When are they hosting the party?
A: They are hosting it next Sunday.

 

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