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Vocabulary
"WH" QUESTION WORDS
WH Questions What Who When Whom Where Why Whose Which How
WH QUESTIONS WITH "WHY"
  USES OF WHY

WHY
 
Examples
Why are you (so) late / early?
Why do you want (more) money / my / her notes?
Why are you going to Bombay?
Why don’t you go abroad for higher studies / vacation?
Why does s/he want your book?
Why Surat is so much polluted?
Why do you study / play so long (late)?
Why you took so long to return?
Why don’t you help your neighbor / friend / mother / father?
Why are you sitting alone?
Why didn’t they come for a party / picnic / lecture?
Why don’t you talk to your father/brother/sister for (more) pocket money?
Why are you sleeping on the floor, (go to the bed)?
Why don’t you study and work?
Why don’t you work hard, to improve your English?
Why he/she/they want(s/ed) to meet / see me?
Why are you here?
Why are you crying?
Why are you following/coming behind us?
Why are you going to Bombay/…?
Why did you go to Gandhinagar/…?
Why are you late?
Why did you not come for picnic?
Why did your teacher scold you?
Why did you go to the hospital?
Why did you get less mark in English?
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