Grammar                      Yes, No  question                
و هو السؤال الذى لا يحتوى على أداة استفهام بل يبدأ بفعل مساعد أو فعل ناقص و يكون معناه “هل” و تكون الإجابة عليه بـ “Yes”  أو “No”
-إذا كانت الجملة تحتوى على فعل مساعد مثل verb to be / verb to have  أو فعل ناقص مثل 
will / would / shall / should/ can / could / may / might/ must

نضع الفعل المساعد أو الناقص فى بداية السؤال.
1-  Yes, he is a student.  (Is…..)
-Is he a student?
2-  No, he hasn’t got any brothers.  (Has……….)
-Has he got any brothers?
3-  Yes, I can swim.  (Can….)
-Can you swim?
إذا كان فعل الجملة أساسى نستخدم does  إذا كان الفعل مضارع و ينتهى بـحرف s  و نستخدم  do  إذا كان الفعل مضارع و لا ينتهى بـحرف s  و نستخدم did  إذا كان الفعل ماضى ثم نأتى بمصدر الفعل.
1-  Yes, Ali speaks English.   (Does…..)
-Does Ali speak English?
2-   No, I don’t have a car.  (Do…..)
-Do you have a car?
3-  Yes, I bought a new shirt yesterday.  (Did…..)
-Did you buy a new shirt yesterday?
4-  No, I didn’t watch the match..  (Did…..)
 –  Did you watch the match?
Questions and short answers
Question
Short answer
Are you Egyptian?
Yes, I am.
No, I’m not.
Is he Spanish?
Yes, he is.
No, he isn’t.
Have you read this book?
Yes, I have.
No, I haven’t.
Has he read the magazine?
Yes, he has.
No, he hasn’t.
Do you live in Cairo?
Yes, I do.
No, I don’t.
Does he work at the university?
Yes, he does.
No, he doesn’t.
Can you come to my party?
Yes, I can.
No, I can’t.
Can he swim?
Yes, he can.
No, he can’t.
ملحوظة : إستخدمى الفعل بصيغته الكاملة فى الإثبات و لا تختصرى   
Are you Egyptian?
   Yes, I am.    صح
    Yes, I’m    خطأ
Notice the difference
Do you have a car?                  = Have you got a car?
Does he have a car?                = Has he got a car?
Can you play music?              = Are you able to play music?
Can she play tennis?               = Is she able to play tennis?
What’s your father’s job?        = What does your father do?
Do you come from England?  = Are you English?
Where are you from?              = Where do you come from?
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