Queries with yes/no answer:
begin with Am, Are, Is, Were, Do, Does, Did, Has, Have,
Had, Will, Shall, Should, Would, Could, Can, May, Dare.
In Elizabethan English, yes/no queries began with the main
verb. For example, "Take ye
Queries with answers other than yes/no:
|begin with one of the seven words below (or a
phase that includes one, such as "To whom..." or "In what...")
They never have a rising inflection, since they have never been
confused with a command.
|any||anyone||anything||anytime||anywhere||any reason||any way|
|every||everyone||everything||every time||everywhere||every reason||every way|
|no||no one||nothing||never||nowhere||no reason||no way|
*the Bible uses "somewhat" for
**"whom" and "whose" are variants of "who."
"Which" queries have a this/that answer.