Beginner English 2-10

Do you…? Are you…? English Questions

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[junkie-tabs] [junkie-tab title=”Video Information”] This greetings video will talk about Do…? and Are you…? questions.  If you understand how to make questions easily, then this will help improve your English and help you know a new friend faster. [/junkie-tab][junkie-tab title=”한글”] 이 인사관련 동영상은 Do…?와 Are you…?로 시작하는 질문에 대하여 알려줍니다. 만약 여러분이 쉽게 질문 만드는 법을 이해했다면, 이 동영상은 여러분이 새로운 친구를 더 빨리 알아갈 수 있도록 여러분의 영어실력을 향상시켜 줄 것입니다. [/junkie-tab][junkie-tab title=”Script”] [Part 1]

Hello, students.

In this video, we’re going to talk about “Do you…?” and “Are you…?” questions.

Now, “Do you…?” and “Are you…?” questions are very useful.

You should know them…because once you know how to ask questions with “Do you…?” and “Are you…?”, you can ask many many questions very quickly.

Let’s look at “Do you…?” questions first.

And I have two styles here.

The first style, “Do you like…?”

Ok, very simple.

“Do you like…?”

So you would put anything here.

“Do you like Korea?”

“Do you like kimchi?”

“Do you like soju?”

“Do you like ice-cream?”

“Do you like handsome guys?”

“Do you like sexy girls?”

Ok, you can ask so many questions with “Do you like…?”

The next style.

“Do you like to…?” Ok…

No, they’re the same, but we’re adding ‘to’.

“Do you like to…?”

Ok, this is…means we’re going to have some sort of verb.

Some sort of action word.

So for example, “Do you like to ski?”

“Do you like to exercise?”

“Do you like to play computer games?”

“Do you like to drink?”

Ok, they’re many things you could put here.

uhhh, action, something…they’re doing something.

“Do you like to swim?”

“Do you like to ride a bicycle?”

Alright, that’s “Do you like…?”, “Do you like to…?”

Very useful for asking question very quickly.

Alright, now if someone asks you these questions.

The “Do you…?” questions.

With “Do you…?” questions…very easy answer.

Ok, “Do you like pizza?”

Look down here.

You could say, “Yes, I do.” or “No, I don’t.”

“Do you like pizza?”

“Yes, I do.”

“No, I don’t.”


Very easy to answer.

Ok, so very easy to ask, very easy to answer.

You should know how to ask “Do you…?” questions.

Let’s move on to the “Are you…?” questions.

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Ok, here are the “Are you…?” questions.

The “Are you…?” questions are very easy to use and very useful, also.

Ok, let’s take a look.

So, “Are you hungry?”

“Are you hungry?”

“Are you tired?”

Ok, these two are asking about the condition of the person.

“Are you hungry?”

“Are you tired?”

“Are you having fun?”

Ok, you want to know how they are feeling..their condition.

Their body condition.

The next two.

“Are you happy?”

“Are you angry?”

Alright, you’re asking about their emotion…their feeling.

“Are you happy?”

“Are you angry?”

“Are you scared?”

Alright, you want to know their emotional feeling.

So, the “Are you…?” question is very good to know how the person’s condition..and how they are feeling.

Alright, if someone asks you…”Are you…?” question.

This is how you answer.

So, “Are you hungry?”

“Yes, I am.”

“Are you tired?”

“No, I’m not.”

Ok, don’t confuse the “Do you…?” and “Are you…?” questions.

Ok, sometimes, uhhh, my students confuse them.

The “Do you…?” questions, “Yes, I do.”, “No, I don’t.”

The “Are you…?” questions, “Yes, I am.”, “No, I’m not.”

Ok, you got to be very careful.

Don’t confuse them.

So, that’s the “Are you…?” questions.

Uhhh, so the “Do you…?” and “Are you…?” questions…very useful to know them right away because you can ask a lot of questions, in English, to a native speaker…so many questions…ok…

So learn them and practice them.

That’s it for this video.

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