Using Are: 31 Questions with Answers

Using ‘are’ in sentence is easy. Like ‘am’, ‘are’ is also a form of ‘to be’. We use are with pronouns – we, you, they, and any plural noun in the present tense. Here are some examples. In these sentences, we used are to ask a question. Learn how to use are to ask a question. There are answers also. First, you should learn how to form a question using are. And then you can answer the question but the formation of an answer is different to question.

Let’s see how to form sentences using are.

Here are some examples. In these sentences, we used are to ask a question. Learn how to use are to ask a question.

Formation of question using are

In the formation of this sentence, we should use ‘are’ as the starting word. And the formation will be-

Are + we/ you/ they/ plural noun + remaining words + question mark (?)

Have a look-

  1. Are we smart girls?
  2. Are they boys?
  3. Are your brothers happy?
  4. Are they very tired?
  5. Are you bored?
  6. Are his colleagues the peaceful persons?
  7. Are they present?
  8. Are those boys very naughty?
  9. Are they busy with their work?
  10. Are his parents surprised?
  11. Are they sad?
  12. Are we thirsty?
  13. Are Kalyani’s friends frightened?
  14. Are all of them eighteen years old?
  15. Are they all seventeen?
  16. Are your neighbors the old persons?
  17. Are you angry with him?
  18. Are they the players?
  19. Are you a tragic person?
  20. Are they superstitious?
  21. Are you a collector?
  22. Are they potters?
  23. Are those students polite?
  24. Are you his servant?
  25. Are they all administrators?
  26. Are you her boss?
  27. Are his sisters the film editors?
  28. Are you a publisher?
  29. Are they actresses?
  30. Are you a producer of this film?
  31. Are they police?

Using ‘are’ to answer the question

Now, we shall learn how to use are for answering the above questions.

There are two types of answers-

  1. affirmative
  2. negative

Formation of affirmative answers

First of all, we shall see positive answers.

In the formation of an affirmative answer, we should start a sentence with ‘Yes’. So, we can form an affirmative answer as;

Yes, + we/you/ they/ plural noun + are + remaining words + full stop (.)

Have a look-

  1. Yes, we are smart girls.
  2. Yes, they are boys.
  3. Yes, your brothers are happy.
  4. Yes, they are very tired.
  5. Yes, you are bored.
  6. Yes, his colleagues are peaceful persons.
  7. Yes, they are present.
  8. Yes, those boys are very naughty.
  9. Yes, they are busy with their work.
  10. Yes, his parents are surprised.
  11. Yes, they are sad.
  12. Yes, we are thirsty.
  13. Yes, Kalyani’s friends are frightened.
  14. Yes, all of them are eighteen years old.
  15. Yes, they all are seventeen.
  16. Yes, your neighbors are old persons.
  17. Yes, you are angry with him.
  18. Yes, they are players.
  19. Yes, you are a tragic person.
  20. Yes, they are superstitious.
  21. Yes, you are a collector.
  22. Yes, they are potters.
  23. Yes, those students are polite.
  24. Yes, you are his servant.
  25. Yes, they all are administrators.
  26. Yes, you are her boss.
  27. Yes, his sisters are film editors.
  28. Yes, you are a publisher.
  29. Yes, they are actresses.
  30. Yes, you are a producer of this film.
  31. Yes, they are the police.

Formation of negative answers

Now, we shall see negative answers.

In the formation of a negative answer, we should start a sentence with ‘No’. So, we can form a negative answer as;

No, + we/ you/ they/ plural noun + are not + remaining words + full stop (.)

Have a look-

  1. No, we are not smart girls.
  2. No, they are not boys.
  3. No, your brothers are not happy.
  4. No, they are not very tired.
  5. No, you are not bored.
  6. No, his colleagues are not peaceful persons.
  7. No, they are not present.
  8. No, those boys are not very naughty.
  9. No, they are not busy with their work.
  10. No, his parents are not surprised.
  11. No, they are not sad.
  12. No, we are not thirsty.
  13. No, Kalyani’s friends are not frightened.
  14. No, all of them are not eighteen years old.
  15. No, they all are not seventeen.
  16. No, your neighbors are not old persons.
  17. No, you are not angry with him.
  18. No, they are not players.
  19. No, you are not a tragic person.
  20. No, they are not superstitious.
  21. No, you are not a collector.
  22. No, they are not potters.
  23. No, those students are not polite.
  24. No, you are not his servant.
  25. No, they all are not administrators.
  26. No, you are not her boss.
  27. No, his sisters are not film editor.
  28. No, you are not a publisher.
  29. No, they are not actresses.
  30. No, you are not a producer of this film.
  31. No, they are not the police.

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