Here are 50 examples of interrogative sentences:

  1. Is it raining outside?
  2. Did you finish your homework?
  3. Can you pass me the salt, please?
  4. Are you coming to the party?
  5. Do you like chocolate?
  6. Have you ever been to Paris?
  7. Will you marry me?
  8. Could you lend me some money?
  9. Did they arrive on time?
  10. Are we there yet?
  11. Have you seen my keys?
  12. Can I help you with anything?
  13. Do you want a cup of tea?
  14. Is he coming with us?
  15. Did she win the race?
  16. Are you going to the concert?
  17. Have you heard the news?
  18. Will it snow tomorrow?
  19. Can we go to the park?
  20. Do you know the answer?
  21. Is this seat taken?
  22. Did they enjoy the movie?
  23. Are you ready for the exam?
  24. Have you finished your dinner?
  25. Will they be joining us for dinner?
  26. Can I have a bite of your sandwich?
  27. Do you think it’s a good idea?
  28. Is she the new employee?
  29. Did he call you yesterday?
  30. Are they going on vacation?
  31. Have you ever skydived before?
  32. Will it be sunny tomorrow?
  33. Can you swim?
  34. Do you believe in ghosts?
  35. Is the museum open today?
  36. Did you see that movie?
  37. Are you free this weekend?
  38. Have you met the new neighbors?
  39. Will you be attending the meeting?
  40. Can I borrow your pen?
  41. Do you know the way to the train station?
  42. Is there a parking space available?
  43. Did you order pizza for dinner?
  44. Are you feeling better now?
  45. Have you visited that restaurant before?
  46. Will you be joining us for the event?
  47. Can you play the piano?
  48. Do you have any siblings?
  49. Is this your first time here?
  50. Did you enjoy the concert?

Interrogative sentences are used to ask questions and seek information. They typically start with question words like “is,” “did,” “can,” “are,” “have,” “will,” or “do.”

By Velu

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